LG Stylo 4 FullVision Display Smartphone Arrives as Amazon Prime Exclusive

August 2, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

LG is bringing out a new addition to its range of FullVision display smartphones. The LG Stylo 4 is now available on Amazon Prime as an exclusive, and it’s being sold at a price of $250 including a discount of $50 from the original price.

At that price, users would grab hold of a mid-range smartphone that offers support for all major wireless carriers in the US. As with the specs, the LG Stylo 4 features a 6.2-inch display with 2160×1080 resolution and 18:9 aspect ratio.

Beneath the display is a Qualcomm Snapdragon 450 octa-processor that comes clocked at 1.8GHz. 3GB of RAM is what is available in the device, while the storage requirements are met by a 32GB ROM. However, users can make use of the microSD card slot to get their storage expanded to up to 2TB.

On the rear side is a 13MP camera that comes with LED Flash and autofocus features. The front side features a 5MP shooter that has wide-angle lens and ‘Selfie Light’ features. The latter shouldn’t be confused with a dedicated flash, as you can expect the Selfie Light to be one obtained by maxing out the display brightness.

The QLens feature is also included to aid visual searching inside the in-built camera app. Despite being a mid-range phone, LG has included facial recognition features in addition to the fingerprint security provided on the rear face of the device. Certainly don’t expect the feature to offer added security as front-cam facial recognitions are only meant for convenience rather than for security.

The battery is of 3300mAh, which is pretty good for a device with the aforesaid specifications. Another notable feature is the inclusion of stylus pen, which can be used to work around with Screen off Memo, Capture+ , and Pop Memo apps apart from using it as a normal digital pen. The device also has USB Type-C connectivity on the connectivity front.

 

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