The first thing you’ll realise about the LG G4 Stylus is the quality design of the smartphone. Made to resemble that of the Samsung S4, the LG G4 Stylus is one step ahead of its predecessor. Sporting a carbon fibre-ish casing on the back paired with a Corning Gorilla Glass 3 finish on the front, the LG G4 Stylus definitely looks the part. You won’t see buttons protruding or weird knobs ruining the smooth feel of the phone. Instead, you’ll find capacitive buttons with the rear camera built into the back and a stylus hidden neatly into the top of the phone. The stylus brings life and character to the LG G4 Stylus, hence the name. As a capacitive stylus, it works on any type of touchscreen. The LG G4 Stylus has since made the stylus cool again.
The perfect mid-range smartphone
If you’re looking for a mid-range smartphone, LG has got you covered. LG G4 Stylus is powered by Android (Lollipop) 5.1 operating system with a Quad-core Cortex-A53 at 1.2 GHz and Adreno 306 GPU, giving the G4 Stylus a smooth transaction between apps. A 5.7” 720x1280 HD display provides vivid graphics with 16M colours. LG G4 Stylus also boasts internal memory up to 8GB with external microSD up to 256GB storage. Think about all the possibilities you could do with so much memory! As for the camera, the autofocus features are nothing short of genius. Using laser technology to pinpoint images, the autofocus is fast and sharp. The camera makes it easy to point and shoot. Detailing is sharp and even with the front camera. Some sensors that are included in the LG G4 Stylus are direction sensors, acceleration, E-compass, proximity and rotation vector sensors. For gaming, the LG G4 Stylus is not at the top of the range, but performs incredibly well. However, the battery life does not do well with constant gaming. Running LG’s UI, the software components of the phone allow for a fast use throughout the day. Overall, the phone is well sorted and well-thought through. You will definitely want to get one whether for work or play.