LG can’t wait for MWC2016 to come this year.
Not only are they expected to unveil their new flagship phone the LG G5, but they are also expected to show off their new 5.7 inch LG Stylus 2, a Phablet that is a follow on to its predecessor – the G4 Stylus.
A lot of things about the LG Stylus 2 appear the same as the G4 until closer inspection. The screen is said to be the same but a few millimetres have been shaved of the thickness, 2mm to be exact taking it down to 7.4mm. It is 18g lighter than the previous model at 145g.
It comes complete with an SD card and a 3,000mAh removable battery despite its slender appearance.
If we delve a little deeper the Phablet is powered by 1.2Ghz Quad-Core chip, 1.5 GB RAM and 16GB of internal storage space they can be extended using the SD card previously mentioned.
LG will be continuing with the rear power key placement that has always received a mixed response and close by to the power key you will find the 13MP camera.
The phone will come in your choice of three colours white, brown or Titan (apparently this is charcoal metallic shade!).
The Phablet will be unveiled in Barcelona at the LG news conference and although no price has yet been announced it is sit somewhere pretty in the “mass-tier segment” so appealing to a wide audience. LG have big hopes for the Phablet and hope that it will help the South Korean manufacturer make up some ground on its old foe Samsung with its latest model.
The LG Stylus 2 is set for a global release and whilst the official launch date is yet to be confirmed, the device is likely to be on sale in Thailand before May this year.