LG G Stylo With 2TB memory support
Less than a week before officially unveiling the G4 flagship, LG today announced another new Android smartphone: the G Stylo. As its name suggests, the new device comes with a stylus pen, and can be seen as a larger successor to the LG G3 Stylus (which was launched in 2014).
Running Android 5.0 Lollipop, the LG G Stylo is by no means a high-end device. It’s a mid-range one at best. The handset sports a pretty large 5.7-inch display with 720 x 1280 pixels, and is powered by a 64-bit, quad-core Snapdragon 410 processor clocked at 1.2 GHz.
What’s really interesting about the G Stylo is that, according to LG, it supports microSD cards up to 2TB. However, we must mention that, right now, no one is selling, nor manufacturing 2TB microSD cards (but at least the G Stylo is future-proof from this point of view).
The new LG smartphone weighs 163 grams, measures 154.3 x 79.2 x 9.6 mm, and offers a 3000 mAh battery. Other features include LTE connectivity, Bluetooth 4.1, an 8 MP rear camera, 5 MP front-facing camera, 1.5 GB of RAM, and 8 GB of internal storage space.
The G Stylo will be first available in South Korea, costing 400,000 KRW (around $460). Starting May, LG plans to release it in various (yet unnamed) markets around the world.
It’s not clear if the G Stylo is the same device as the one that was rumored to be called LG G4 Stylus. It’s probably not, since the alleged G4 Stylus is supposed to feature a 5.8-inch display and a Snapdragon 610 (or 615) processor.