At CES 2017, LG has officially unveiled the LG Stylo and Stylo Plus, a pair of smartphones that the company kind of pre-announced back in December. In America, the phones will be branded Stylo 3
, while the rest of the world will have it branded as Stylus 3. The reasons behind the naming haven't been made clear.
Measuring 6 x 3.14 x 0.29in (155.6 x 79.8 x 7.4 mm) at a weight of 5.25oz (149g), the smartphones bundle styluses and feature the rare FM radio. To be sold in Metallic Titan and Pink Gold, the models have mid-range specs. The Stylo 3 Plus' spec sheet hasn't been published, but parameters for the Stylo 3 have been set free by LG.
The phone works on a MT6750 octa-core chip clocked to 1.5GHz and has a generously sized 5.7-inch display with a 720 x 1280 resolution. There's a pair of 13MP and 8MP cameras rear and front, and the phone is fueled by a 3200mAh removable battery. In terms of connectivity, the device is outfitted with Wi-Fi (802.11 b, g, n), Bluetooth 4.2
, and USB 2.0 Type B. It also boasts a fingerprint scanner.
The price and release dates for LG's new phones haven't been announced yet.