After announcing it in August, LG released the G3 Stylus in October 2014. The dual SIM smartphone is 149.3 mm long, 75.9 mm wide, 10.2 mm thin, and weights 163 grams. It has a rather large 5.5-inch screen but its resolutions is not as impressive as its size being only 960 x 540 while the pixel density is around 200 ppi. As the name says, the LG G3 Stylus is best used with its attached pen.
Hardware-wise, the handset is powered by a Mediatek MT6582 chipset based on 4 Cortex A7 cores clocked at 1.3 GHz which is helped by a Mali-400MP2. Talking memory, the LG G3 Stylus includes 1 GB of RAM and 8 GB of internal storage space that can be extended by up to 32 extra GB.
The primary camera of the handset has a 13 megapixel resolution and has several features such as autofocus, LED flash, geo-tagging, touch focus, panorama, and it’s capable of recording 1080p video. The camera is situated on the back case of the phone. On the other hand, it also sports a secondary shooter on its front which has a 1.3 MP resolution.
Some of the included connectivity features are Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, hotspot, Bluetooth 4.0, GPS, TBC radio and microUSB 2.0. Being a big device it’s only natural for the LG G3 Stylus to arrive with a battery cell worthy of its size. The Li-Ion 3000 mAh battery promises to keep the smartphone alive for up to 880 hours in stand-by and allows the users to talk, browse the web or perform other activities for up to 16 h 30 min (3G) with only a single charge.
The LG G3 Stylus can be bought in three different color versions: Black, White and Gold.