T-Mobile to release the LG Stylo 4 this week
As for the price, it's expected to be $250, or a $10 down payment and $10 per month for two years.
This device has two stand out features that might be considered a selling point for some: Its large 6.2-inch screen and the stylus. To make better use of the stylus, LG has added software that lets you do some cool things like writing notes on the screen while it's turned off.
Other than that, the insides aren't thrilling, a Snapdragon 450 chip is doing all the work paired with 2GB of RAM, which might be insufficient for a device meant for productivity. Another drawback is the 3300mAh battery. While not a small capacity per se, combined with the phone's big display, it may lead to shorter battery life than users might be looking for. At that price point, the cameras won't amaze you either, it has a 13MP main camera and a 5MP front facing one.
There are a few pleasant surprises on the spec sheet though: the Stylo 4 has NFC, a feature missing on some similarly priced devices, 600MHz LTE Band support, and comes with Android 8.1 straight out of the box.
If you love using a stylus and the Galaxy Note 8 is way out of your price range, this might be the phone for you.