LG introduces Stylus 3
Where others are lacking, LG wants to capitalise on it. We are referring to a smartphone with a stylus, which is on sale starting today at all major telcos and official partners in Singapore.
The LG Stylus 3 is a mid-range smartphone that has a 5.7″ HD Capacitive Touch Display running on MediaTek MT6750 (Octa-Core 1.5GHz Processor). It has 3GB of RAM and 16GB internal storage that is expandable up to 2TB with a microSD. If you are wondering, it is running on the Android 7.0 Nougat.
Don’t worry, the Stylus 3 has a headphone 3.5mm jack. So you do not have to go wireless with this Shiny Titan. By the way, Shiny Titan is the name of the colour. Users may also be glad to know that the 3,200 mAh battery is removable. Cheers to that!
The Stylus 3 has a 13MP rear camera that is “equipped with a 1/3.06-inch sensor and an F2.2 lens.” This means that capturing an image in low-light generally should not be too bad.
At the front, you will find an 8MP camera. Although specifications of the front-facing camera are not specified, it should be pretty decent in this day and age unless LG wants to play punk in an already very competitive market, which is highly unlikely.
The LG Stylus 3 features a 1.8mm diameter fiber-tip stylus that offers you the same feel as writing using an actual pen. According to LG, they have made improvements to the UX with the Pen Pop 2.0, Pen Keeper and Screen-off Memo. So users can expect to enjoy the fluidity and efficiency using the stylus functions.
LG also integrated a nifty feature that warns you when your stylus is far away from your smartphone. Pretty dope, I would say.
The LG Stylus 3 is the stylus-enabled phone that the market is missing now. They could not have picked a better time to offer stylus-lovers an alternative to the other flagship smartphones that are madly competing with one another since most are pretty much the same.
The Stylus 3 is going for S$448 in retail and each purchase comes with a free flip standing case, while stocks last. So check them out at SingTel, M1 and Starhub today.