LG's specs-tastic flagship smartphone, the G4, is certainly a mobile powerhouse. Too bad it's also quite pricey at P31,990. (But what can you expect from something with the kind of hardware worthy of the big bucks?)
For those who can't shell out that amount of cash but still want a G4-esque performance from a handset though, maybe this bad boy is more up your alley: the G4 Stylus.
Yes—it looks really, really similar to the G4, which means it has a sleek appearance deserving of your posh coffee shop trips. And, as you can tell from its name, the G4 Stylus also comes with, well, a stylus! Old school as it may be, this feature helps make the device become even more versatile and productive (e.g. better navigation and mobile text and graphics-editing).
To clarify though, the G4 Stylus is a semi-watered-down version of the G4. That being said, you need not worry. This smartphone still has the innards to impress even the hardcore geeks:
- 5.7-inch HD touchscreen
- 1.4GHz octa-core processor
- 13-megapixel rear camera with autofocus and 1080p HD video recording
- 5-megapixel front camera
- Android Lollipop
We're also told that the G4 Stylus has near-field communication (NFC) which allows the user to transact wirelessly for stuff like in-mall purchases and is dual-SIM. Noice!
We've actually reviewed the hell out of its direct predecessor, the G3 Stylus, which really, really impressed us, and we're expecting the successor to deliver, at the very least, the same kind of praise-worthy performance.
Oh, before we forget, the SRP! The G4 Stylus is now available locally for—wait for it—P10,990!
We don't know about you but we're smelling legit bargain over here.