Sprint added the LG G Stylo to its list of Android offerings featuring bigger display. Available in metallic silver this 5.7-inch phablet is now on sale labeled with an affordable price tag that should get attention of the folks out there on a tight budget. You can pick up the phone paying just $49.99 with a two-year contract or it can be yours for less than $300 without any long term commitments. If you’ve been thinking about getting yourself the new LG G Stylo stay with us as we are going to take a closer look at Sprint’s new arrival.
LG G Stylo for Sprint
Despite of the significantly reduced price, the LG G Stylo for Sprint still manages to hide a package of decent specs and the latest Android 5.0 Lollipop operating system. Being a phablet sector offering, the device houses a massive 5.7-inch LCD display and is powered by a quad-core Snapdragon 410 chip clocked at 1.2GHz. Its computing powers are supported by 1GB RAM, whereas storage space is delivered by 16GB of built-in storage that can be easily expanded up to 128GB via microSD cards. Optics include an 8MP camera accompanied by 5MP front-facing shooter.
Sprint is a second after Boost Mobile carrier offering the LG G Stylo in the US. Right now, the handset can be yours with no long-term contracts at $288, or considerably cheaper that is at $49.99 if you have nothing against signing a two-year pact with the carrier. In addition, Sprint has also a third option up its sleeves. If you’re put off by the phone’s full retail price and don’t want to enter another contract, you may also buy the G Stylo on installment plan. Going with Sprint Easy Pay route, you will get the phone for zero upfront, but later you will be asked to pay twenty four $12 installments.
While providing great multitasking capabilities additionally enhanced by a precise stylus pen input, the LG G Stylo surely won’t ruin your budget, which is definitely its biggest advantage of the phone. However, as you’ve probably already noticed, Boost Mobile prepaid service provider sells the same G Stylo for almost $100 cheaper, the Sprint’s offer still appears to be a really nice deal for Sprint’s loyal customers.
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