It was the month just passed by that LG launched its new Smartphone the Stylus 2 Plus in the global market not including India. The company has now confirmed that the Smartphone is being made available in the Indian market too next month. Buyers would have to shell out Rs. 24,450 for the set but the features that it comes with makes it quite an economic expenditure. In a nutshell it can be said that the Stylus 2 Plus is a good jump from the existing Stylus 2 from the same maker LG.
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A look at the basic specifications of the set would give a fair idea of the extra power it pack s under its shell. At its core the Stylus 2 Plus runs on a Snapdragon Processor of 1.4 GHz with Octacore architecture. There is also an Adreno 505 chip to handle the Graphics of the set. The internal RAM would be 3 GB which is considered a good factor and the storage capacity would be 16 GB expandable to 200 GB. For this the set comes with a miscroSD card slot. The physical set is of 5.7 inch screen size with a 1920 x 1080 pixel resolution. Makes it a set with full HD IPS Quantum display. The OS is Android 6.0 Marshmallow. The set has a 3,000 mAh battery pack which gives it equal ranking in the high end phones in the market today.
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The most distinct feature of this phone from which it derives its name is the Stylus. The makers have given quite some thought in its making. Most importantly the Stylus now comes with a nano-coated tip. The previous version was rubber tipped. The present technology gives the stylus much higher accuracy. The stylus is perfect for people who wish to use it for extensive jotting work. The Stylus has a secure holder alongside the phone body thereby ensuring the user does not lose it accidentally. Merely taking off the stylus from its holding place launches the phone into the stylus mode, where helpful pre-loaded apps start up immediately. Apps that help to take down memos, or capture some image etc.
The overall conclusion about the LG Stylus 2 Plus is worth every penny it costs.