LG G Vista 2 unveiled by AT&T, stylus and large screen in tow

LG G Vista 2 unveiled by AT&T, stylus and large screen in tow
AT&T will soon start selling a new smartphone manufactured by LG. Called LG G Vista 2, the new device is, obviously, succeeding the LG G Vista from last year (which was launched not just by AT&T, but also by Verizon).

The Vista 2 is about the same size as last year's model, but it comes with various upgraded features. For example, its 5.7-inch screen is a 1080p one, instead of just 720p, while its processor is an octa-core one (possibly a Snapdragon 615), instead of the quad-core Snapdragon 400 that's powering the old Vista.

The G Vista 2 further features a new stylus pen, a 1 W speaker, 5 MP front-facing camera, 13 MP rear camera with laser auto focus and manual mode, 2 GB of RAM, and 16 GB of expandable internal memory. The handset seems to be running Android Lollipop, but we assume it's going to be updated to Marshmallow at some point.

AT&T didn't announce when, and neither for what price it's planning to sell the LG G Vista 2. However, the phone's official promo video (embedded below) suggests that this will be an affordable device. Any takers?


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