AT&T today started selling the LG Stylo 4+, a new stylus-equipped Android Oreo smartphone that the carrier first showcased at the beginning of the week. As its name suggests, the Stylo 4+ is an improved version of the LG Stylo 4 - recently released unlocked and via various US carriers, including Cricket (AT&T's prepaid brand).
The main difference between the LG Stylo 4+ and the non-plus variant lies in the fact that the former is dust- and water-resistant, while the latter doesn't offer any kind of protection in this regard. Moreover, the Stylo 4+ has a 16 MP rear camera, while the regular Stylo 4 comes with a 13 MP rear camera. Other than that, the two handsets offer similar features: 6.2-inch display with 1080 x 2160 pixels, fingerprint scanner, Snapdragon 450 processor, 3 GB of RAM, 32 GB of storage space, and a 3300 mAh battery.
Since smartphones with styluses are rare, the LG Stylo 4+ can be seen as a cheaper, less powerful and not so feature-packed alternative to Samsung's Galaxy Note 9, which costs at least $999. AT&T is selling the new LG handset for $359.99, or $12 per month over 30 months. If you want to buy the device, you can find it at the source link below.