LG Stylus 2 One-Year-Later Review

LG Stylus 2 One-Year-Later Review
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The LG Stylus 2 is one of the most affordable phablets currently available on the market. Depending on your chosen reseller, you can find the Stylus 2 at anywhere between £199 and £290. Unfortunately, the lower price also means that LG has taken a few steps back in terms of quality. The overall quality is good, but many of us expected more from the Stylus 2.

LG Phone Performance

The 5.7” display features a 720*1280 resolution that gives users a reasonable pixel density for all purposes. The resolution and pixel density is more than sufficient for everyday use. The screen, paired with the 1.5GB or 2GB of RAM and Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 410 offer a snappy interface that doesn’t lag while browsing the home screen, Chrome or when playing games on lower settings.

In terms of storage, all Stylus 2 phablets come with 16GB of internal storage and a microSD card slot. You can insert cards of up to 256GB so storage will never be a problem with the Stylus 2. To help you fill up a part of the storage space is a 13MP rear-facing camera that can capture video in 1080p at 30 frames per second. You’ll also be able to snap good-quality pictures with it.

The 3000mAh battery is one of the best of its kind. According to online tests, it offers more than 11 hours of continuous video playback before needing to be recharged. If you’re a normal user like us, you’ll find out that you’ll only need to charge your Stylus 2 every two or three days.

Best LG Stylus 2 Features

Despite its low price and mid-range hardware, the Stylus 2 still has some excellent features:

  • Great Stylus - It’s a little over 10 cm long and it feels great to hold and use. You won’t even know it’s there until you want to use it. What’s even better is that every time you remove the LG stylus pen you will automatically activate LG’s Pen Pop. This is an overlay that gives you quick access to software that allows you to write down notes and reminders or edit images.
  • DAB+ Radio - Is an unexpected feature. The DAB+ is quickly becoming the new standard for broadcasting digital radio, and more than 30 countries from Europe and Asia are already using DAB+ for their transmissions. If you plug in your headphones, you’ll be able to listen to radio stations without having to worry about using your data service.


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