LG brings its two new smartphone the LG G4 Stylus and the LG G4c (Mini) with low prices and slightly reduced specifications as compared to LG G4 the flagship of the year released last month. Both new launches, the LG G4 Stylus and LG G4c, are kept cheaper in prices and also less advanced in performance against the original LG G4. The flagship device LG G4 will remain on its price and advancements. It will go in a competition with other flagships across the market while the lower models are set to deal with lower range.
Those who have experienced the LG G3 mini, introduced long ago, may find the G4c very familiar. With a 5inch size of its display and 720×1280 pixel resolution you may confuse its impression with the last one. However, it’s a updated one, running the latest Android 5.0 Lollipop it offers some nice but average features including LTE connectivity and camera with 8 megapixels on rear and 5 megapixels on front.
Internally the LG G4c is powered by Snapdragon quad-core 1.2 GHz processor. These specs are well supported by a one GB RAM memory and 8 GB storage which is expendable. It keeps it a not high but an average and working smartphone. Also there is a sufficient 2540 mAh battery. LG has prepared to make it available later in this month, in the markets around the world. Customers can avail it in Gray, Gold or White colors.
While the concepts of LG G4 Stylus looks borrowed from the earlier released LG G Stylo. From its many dimensions it feels like a re-branded model of the G Stylo which is made ready for US market after having a good time in Korean market.
There is a big 5.7 inch size screen which displays with 720 pixels resolution. Apart from its bigger screen and the Stylus pen other internal specs matches with the G4c. It offers one GB of RAM memory along with 8 GB of expendable storage. Internally the G4 Stylus is powered by Quad-core processor clocked at 1.2 GHz. It is set to arrive alongside the G4c in Silver and White colors.