LG has announced the Stylus 2 Plus phablet in Taiwan, though announced may be an overstatement. Had it not been for a TENAA certification, the smartphone would have gone unnoticed for who knows how long.
The Stylus 2 Plus is undoubtedly the better phablet, compared to the already announced Stylus 2. Its 5.7-inch display gets a proper FullHD resolution and the phone is powered by a more powerful chipset, the Snapdragon 430. This means an octa-core 1.2GHz Cortex-A53 CPU, versus half the number of cores in the Stylus 2. 3GB of RAM and 32GB of storage round up the list of chief upgrades.
The Stylus 2 Plus also has the upper hand in the imaging department, with a 16MP primary camera. The 8MP front facing unit is the same as the one on the non-Plus, though.
Measuring 155 x 79.6 x 7.4 mm, the Stylus 2 Plus weighs 146g. The battery inside it is a 3,000mAh unit. The LG Stylus 2 supports Cat. 4 LTE, has dual-SIM slots and boots Android 6.0 Marshmallow out of the box.
Priced at TWD 10,990 ($340), the LG Stylus 2 Plus will hit the stores in late June. Global availability remains to be detailed.
A hat tip to Jomichan George for sending this in!
Not bad at all execpt for those who always focus on high-end flagships...
Nice phone and nice price
As always, nothing good from LG. I wonder why it has so many fans with such crappy phones. The G4 was their best looking phone. As for hardware, none, if you compare it to the competition.