LG's trio of new affordable phones each have one distinctive feature
The high end G5 may be LG's center focus at MWC this year.
But the company also announced three midrange handsets ahead of this year's show.
The first two are part of LG's new line of affordable phones.
One is a 5.2 inch LG X Cam, which has two rear cameras, a 13 megapixel shooter, and a wide angle 5 megapixel You'll pay for cameras.
The second is the X Screen which features a secondary display on top of it's main 4.93 inch screen.
We saw something like this in the Premium LG V10 and the idea is the same.
The smallest screen displays the welcome note and lets users quickly access their favorite contacts, recent app and more.
Finally there is the Stylus 2, a large 5.7 inch phone with a 720p display.
To take advantage of all of that real estate, the device has an embedded stylus.
Instead of going for the usual rubber tip, LG included a finer, nano coated tip on the stylus, which supposedly improves accuracy.
The phone also [INAUDIBLE] features some build in productivity apps as well.
Though we don't know exact pricing for these phones, we do know that all three of them run Android 6.0 marshmallow, and that they will be launching later this year.
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