LG's 5.7-inch G Stylo features a stylus and QuickMemo+ app
I'm Lynn La for Cnet.
And right now we're getting ready to check out the LGG Stylo for Boost Mobile.
Globally known as the LGG4 Stylus, this 5.7" handset has a 720 pixel display, runs Android 5.1 Lollipop.
And features a stylus that can be stored neatly into the body of the phone.
Now unlike the Samsung Galaxy Note series, this stylus does not have any smart features, so the most you can do with this pen is tap, swipe, and write.
LG did include it's signature quick memo plus feature however, So you can use the stylist to jot down notes and doodles or make annotations directly onto the screen.
The device is powered by a 1.2 Ghz quad-core processor and a removable three ampere-hour battery, which has an estimated drain time of up to 24 hours.
During our own battery drain test, it lasted an impressive 13 hours for continuous video playback.
For your photo needs, the handset has an eight megapixel rear-facing camera that can shoot ten ADP full HD video and on the front is a five megapixel shooter.
Additional features include one gig of RAM and eight gigs of internal memory with the option to expand up to thirty-two gigs with a micro SD card.
Currently, the device is available in the US on the prepaid carrier Boost Mobile and Metro PCS for one ninety-nine T Mobile has it's own version for $290 and it has a 13 mega pixel shooter instead of the previously mentioned 8.
Sprint users can also nab it with a 2 year agreement for $50.
Again, I'm Lynn and you've been checking out Boost G Stylo.
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