LG Stylo 4 joins Amazon Prime Exclusive roster with $50 discount

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LG Stylo 4 joins Amazon Prime Exclusive roster with $50 discount
You don’t have to spend a small fortune on one of Samsung’s Galaxy Note-series flagship phones to enjoy the convenience and added productivity of a stylus companion, and you no longer have to go through a wireless service provider to get the budget-friendly LG Stylo 4 mid-ranger.

Bizarrely enough, while the company’s official website continues to cite B&H Photo Video as the exclusive authorized US seller of the unlocked 6.2-incher, you can now purchase the handset free of network restrictions from Best Buy and Amazon as well.

Even better, the LG Stylo 4 seems to have been quietly added to Amazon’s Prime Exclusive smartphone lineup. That means Prime members are eligible for a cool $50 discount on an already inexpensive device typically fetching $299.99.

The only compromise you have to make to buy this thing at $249.99 is accepting a pre-installed “selection” of Amazon apps, including the Amazon Widget, Amazon Shopping, and Alexa. No ads, no sponsored screensavers, no nothing.
 
Internationally released under the LG Q Stylus name, this is not to be confused with the pen support-lacking Q7 or Q7+. The Stylo 4 packs a respectable octa-core Snapdragon 450 processor and 3GB RAM, accommodating 32 gigs of data internally, and playing Full HD content at an adequate quality on a large “FullVision” display with 2160 x 1080 resolution and a modern 2:1 aspect ratio.

In addition to creativity-encouraging and productivity-enhancing features like Pop Memo, Capture+, and Screen off Memo, the affordable phone also supports QLens technology, despite offering a not-so-impressive single 13MP rear-facing camera, with both facial and fingerprint recognition in tow to wrap up a more than decent spec sheet for that $250 price point.

source: Amazon

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