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LG Stylo 4 Now joins Amazon’s Prime lineup and Priced at Just $250

LG Stylo 4 Now joins Amazon's Prime lineup and Priced at Just $250

Having a smartphone with the stylus, there are not many options accessible. However, LG’s Stylo 4 that made the debut in June month is a smart move. This handset is available from the wireless carriers such as MetroPCS, Cricket Wireless, and T-Mobile, but is getting sold unlocked straight from Amazon as the Prime Exclusive mobile handset.


Stylo Specification

LG Stylo 4 is available in T-Mobile this month, so it is not the first introduction to the US market. Going back, it sports 6.2″ 1080 p of the display, Snapdragon 450, 32GB storage with the microSD expansion, 3GB of RAM, 13MP rear camera, 5MP selfie-shooter as well as 3,300mAh battery. Surprisingly, while T-Mobile and MetroPCS models just have 2GB RAM, but specs are the same.

Going by its name, LG Stylo 4 has the stylus. No, it is not that fancy as we can see in Galaxy Note 8, and it appears barbaric compared to Galaxy Note 9’s rumored Bluetooth Pen, and if you like to take notes and draw with the pen, then this will sway you on other mid-ranger.

Supported Carrier

Stylo 4 is listed on Amazon Prime Exclusive at just $249.99. With any Prime Exclusive handset, this can be bought only by the Prime members. The monthly payments are made available (5 payments of over $50) if you want to go on that route. The variant can work on 4 major US carriers (that includes Sprint, AT&T, Verizon, and T-Mobile).

Being a ‘budget’ handset, the LG Stylo 4 supports quick charging though USB C port, and has Android8.1 Oreo, and boasts the fingerprint reader. The phone comes with the headphone jack that can please many people. However, it is with a stylus that is possibly the biggest draw.

Conclusion

Being a member of Prime Exclusive means Stylo 4 can be purchased only by the Prime subscribers. It means you will get all Amazon apps, including Alexa and Shopping that cannot get removed from your phone.

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