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LG Stylus 3 Phablet Officially Announced At CES 2017, Las Vegas


We were expecting big things from LG at CES 2017 and the South Korean manufacturer delivered. Literally, since they presented the all new Stylus 3, a mid-range phablet, with a more than decent spec sheet and an included stylus.

During the event, LG presented the Stylo and Stylo Plus, to be more specific, two devices which were confirmed back in December, but these are just the general names, since they will be marketed as Stylo 3 in the United States, while the rest of the world will get them under the name of Stylus 3.

As mentioned above, one of the main attractions of this handset is the included stylus, but the FM radio shouldn’t be ignored either, since not that many models are sporting this feature nowadays.

Besides the 5.7″ HD display (full HD would’ve been way better, if you ask us), under the hood, the LG Stylus 3 packs a MediaTek MT6750 octa-core chip, running at 1.5 GHz and aided by 2 GB of RAM.

On the back, LG’s new smartphone has a 13 MP camera, while on the front, an 8 MP snapper will be in charge with selfies.

Moving on, the phone will be powered by a 3200 mAh removable battery, while features like Bluetooth 4.2, USB 2.0 Type B and a fingerprint scanner complete the spec sheet.

Currently, there is any information about a potential date when the LG Stylus 3 will start hitting the shelves, nor about the prices, but such details should be made available soon and we will definitely keep you updated!