LG India has listed G3 Stylus on its official website for the price tag of Rs 21500. The device was announced in the last week of August and was expected to arrive in India last month. It’s only listed on the official website for now and there is nothing known about its exact availability at the retailer outlets. The smartphone features design of the flagship device from LG which is already doing extremely good for the brand. After LG L Bello, this is the second launch by the brand in this week for Indian consumers and this device is really looking like a strong competitor which will entice the users for sure. It weighs 163 grams measuring about 10.2mm in thickness while it houses a bigger display in small form factor comparative to other devices with similar sized display.
As you can expect from the name of the device, it’s going to be available with Stylus which is completely supported within the device and a dedicated software is there within to help users make use of that in most productive way.
LG G3 Stylus’s attraction
- 5.5 inch IPS LCD display
- 540×960 pixels of Resolution
- Stylus support and multi-touch
- Quad-core Cortex A7 1.3GHz processor
- Mali 400MP2 GPU
- 1GB RAM and 8GB Internal Storage
- microSD slot for up to 32GB card
- Android 4.4.2 KitKat OS
- Accelerometer, proximity and compass sensors
- GPS and HTML5 browser
- 3G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and microUSB port
- 13MP rear camera with autofocus
- LED flash, touch focus and panorama
- Full HD video recording
- 1.3MP front camera
- Black, White and Gold color options
- 3000mAh battery
This is all LG G3 Stylus is offering to its upcoming customers and after looking at all the specs and features being offered, customers are likely to find it bit pricey as there are already many other options available for them with better specs at similar price point.
The design of this device is premium as it’s inspired by its bigger sibling, G3. LG is going to make it available in White, Black and Gold color options. This is the first attractive feature of this device which is definitely going to attract customers while the specs and features being offered are also impressive.
The device runs on KitKat OS but you’re going to find LG’s developed skin on top of that so don’t expect it to deliver Nexus level of user experience. The CPU is good enough to match common apps and games requirements while the camera section is also attractive. Keeping the attractive design in mind, G3 Stylus isn’t a bad deal at 21,500INR, what you say?