LG's new Stylus phone is a cheaper, non-exploding Note 7
Samsung's Galaxy Note 7 may be done and over with, since it's recall last fall, but if you're looking for a stylus wheeling phone LG may have something to offer.
At SES this year, LG showed off the third iteration of its stylus phone otherwise known as Ceelo, in the US.
It's a mid-range 5.7 inch handset, with a Core processor and a 13 megapixel camera.
The stylus isn't as premium as the Note 7, it has a plastic body, a 720p display and its processor isn't as fast.
But it's less expensive and usually costs somewhere around $200.
Its stylus can be tucked inside the device and you can jot down memos on the screen, scribble away doodles, and add notations.
the devices runs the latest Android nougat OS, has a removable 3.2 amre hour battery and a fingerprint reader on the back.
The stylus may not be as high end as other phones, but users looking for a phone that also packs a pen should consider it as an inexpensive alternative to the Note 7.
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