LG Shows Off the G3 Stylus
LG today announced the G3 Stylus, a variant of the G3 that adds a stylus, but seriously ramps down the specifications. The device carries over the design language of the G3, but the 5.5-inch display goes from Quad HD (2560 x 1440) to qHD (960 x 540). The G3 Stylus also loses the G3's quad-core 2.3GHz Snapdragon 801 processor and instead includes a quad-core 1.3GHz processor. It offers a 13-megapixel main camera and 1.3-megapixel user-facing camera. The G3 Stylus has 8GB of storage, 1GB of RAM, and a memory card slot, and it boasts a removable 3,000mAh battery. The G3 Stylus runs Android 4.4.2 KitKat along with a number of LG's signature apps, such as QuickMemo, QSlide Apps, Knock Code, and the Smart Keyboard. LG didn't call out any specific features or applications customized for the stylus. The device is limited to 3G networks for now and goes on sale in Brazil, Asia, the Middle East, and Africa this fall. LG didn't indicate if a version of the G3 Stylus will reach the U.S.
Hands On with the LG Stylus 2, X cam and X screen
LG has a handful of new phones on display in Barcelona that are not the G5. The Stylus 2, X cam, and X screen round out the middle of LG's profile and are interesting smartphones in their own right.
LG Supercharges the Stylus 2 Plus
LG recently announced the Stylus 2 Plus, a more performance-minded version of the Stylus 2. The external chassis is identical to the Stylus 2, but the Plus boosts the 5.7-inch display resolution to full HD, improves the processor clock speed to 1.4 GHz per core, increases megapixel count to 16 for the front camera and 8 for the rear camera, and adds a front-facing flash.
LG's Pen-Equipped Phone Earns a Sequel in the Stylus 2
LG today showed off another new handset ahead of Mobile World Congress, the Stylus 2, a second act for last year's G4 Stylus. LG says the new stylus pen is more accurate thanks to a nano coating at the tip.
AT&T Shows Off LG G Vista 2 with Improved Stylus
AT&T recently revealed the LG G Vista 2 in a video posted to its YouTube channel. The second-generation phablet includes a 5.7-inch display and revised stylus for creative input.
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