While the LG G4 is all set to go official in less than a week, the firm has unveiled a mid-range smartphone dubbed G Stylo. The device will be hitting the retail shelves in the South Korean market starting from May 5 and will be launched globally later. The LG G Stylo is priced at KRW 400,000 (approx. $370).
The LG G Stylo is based on Android 5.0 Lollipop operating system and it boasts of a 5.7 inch HD 720p IPS display that translates to a pixel density of 256 pixels per inch, The device comes with a stylus for convenient operation of the large display and it is powered by a 64 bit 1.2 GHz quad core Snapdragon 410 processor paired with 1.5 GB of RAM.
The imaging aspects of the LG G Stylo include an 8 MP main snapper with LED flash and a 5 MP front facing selfie shooter as well. The device is packed with connectivity aspects such as 4G LTE, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.1, 3G, NFC and GPS. A 3,000 mAh battery energizes the G Stylo providing a decent life to the smartphone.
The highlight of the smartphone lies in its storage department. Well, the device is bundled with an average 8 GB of native storage space only, but it supports additional storage up to 2 TB with the help of a micro SD card. Notably, only recently Sandisk launched a 2 TB micro SD card and the launch of this smartphone will definitely trigger more vendors to come up with such micro SD cards.