Just a few days ago, LG launched the Stylus 2 Plus smartphone in Taiwan. At that time, the company said that the phone will land in key markets in Asia, South America, Europe and North America in the weeks to come.
Now, thanks to a leaked MetroPCS Q2 in-store pricing grid, we have some information on when the device will land in the US.
Reportedly, the Stylus 2 Plus will be launched in the country as Stylo2 Plus, with the leak revealing that T-Mobile’s prepaid subsidiary will start carrying the handset on 27th of this month. As for price, it will carry a tag of $149.
In addition, last year's Samsung Galaxy On5 - which is currently only available in some Asian markets - will also land in the US through MetroPCS. The device will also be launched on June 27, and it will set you back $60.
Official LG pamphlet reveals Stylus 2 Plus (GSM) available locked, at carrier Metro PCS in Las Vegas, will 1) be black or dark grey, 2) 2900 mAh removable battery, 3) 13 MP rear camera, 4) 16GB ROM, 5) 2GB RAM, 6) microSD slot support to 2TB 7) final...
60$ for on5, that is awesome. I think it now is the best phone in that price range
In India on5 is double of that man at 120 usd why Samsung so expensive in india