I bought this phone coz of its cheap price. Its quite okay for daily use, but not for FHD gaming. The stylus is enjoyable to draw doodles and sketches but not much sophisticated as the galaxy notes. The antutu score is about 26k ideal for light and medium usage.
its a great device by LG m totally satisfied with this phone.good looking and slim.
Ravishankar Lee, 29 Jun 2017It supports otgBut it does not. Why are u lying ?It does not support otg
Anonymous, 03 Jul 2017No... It didn't support OTGWrong. it supports OTG and i am using it. may be it is not all same in different versions and countries.
Anonymous, 22 Jul 2017is nougat official already out?Yes, but You must do it by LG Bridge software on a computer. Not by OTA and the device itself.
bought this device a week ago(K520DY). good looking and performance. not having a problem yet. although i am not gamer but tried some regular games on it and it was ok. Got Android 7 update today. YOU MUST DO THE UPDATE WITH LG BRIDGE SOFTWARE ON A COMPUTER. YOU CAN NOT GET THE N UPDATE BY THE DEVICE ITSELF. i dont know why the device does not get it by OTA update. the file size 1.54 Gig and there is not any problem with my device after updating.
Muzaffar, 13 Jul 2017One the best phone in middle range its battery is awesome I was update my phone from marshma... moreWow...Could you pls. advice how to update this phone from marshmallow to Naugat phone.
One the best phone in middle range its battery is awesome
I was update my phone from marshmallow to Naugat phone is really good
Bought this device Black Friday 2016, and have used it heavily for the past year. It serves me very well. Multitasking is great and smooth thanks to my 2GB RAM, and the 64bit Snapdragon 410 offers decent performance and power consumption. The 3000mAh battery lasts a while, however is quickly drained if the massive display is set above 80%. The built in features are fantastic. Pen Pop is the most useful feature I've had on a "Phablet". With the stylus, you can crop images, or even capure them via Capture + (which can be set via customizable home buttons). The stylus will also let you know on your device if it strays too far, to prevent misplacing it. You can also take and save memos while the screen is off, just by taking the stylus out and simply begin writing. The camera is decent, but nothing to write home about. It's your typical current gen 1080p mid range sensor. Picture quality is wonderful, but only in good lighting conditions, anything other than that, and it will be grainier than oatmeal. The storage has lasted me a while, but please note: as of Android 6.0.1, you can no longer move apps over to your SD card. I have no idea why, but they took it out on this particular device. The app drawer CAN be enabled as well. LG Smart World can be installed via APK file, and more customization becomes available. The IPS LCD screen is beautiful, and vibrant. Honestly, even at a 258 PPI, I can't notice any pixels. The speaker is a back firing mono-speaker, and it is annoyingly easy to cover up. Once you do, sound quality is dramatically reduced, and you can forget about outdoor audio. At times the speaker sounds a bit tinny, and almost distorted on some tasks. Over all, I love the Stylus 2 (K540) and I look forward to witnessing it's performance over it's lifespan. As of now, no problems!
I am using lg stylus 2 last 3 months nice phone but not using otg. Otherwise superb condition
Ravishankar Lee, 29 Jun 2017It supports otgNo... It didn't support OTG
lost all my pics transferring to SD card. :-(
battery life very bad
switches on when charging
now the pics that I have taken, when I want to attached and forward says they are not pics