LG Stylo 5 expands to its first major US carrier with built-in pen and mid-end specs : If you like your smartphones affordable and creative, the LG Stylo 5 may have already piqued your interest with its debut on Cricket Wireless late last month, followed shortly by an expansion to Boost Mobile. While there’s still no word on an official US release of an unlocked variant, the pen-wielding mid-ranger has become available on its first major US carrier today, just as expected.
You just have to agree to an 18-month Sprint Flex lease plan and pay $25 upfront, as well as $5 a month for a year and a half. Of course, at the end of the agreement, you won’t technically own the device, but odds are you’ll want to upgrade to something newer and faster anyway.
That’s because the LG Stylo 5 is not exactly a powerhouse, packing a Snapdragon 450 processor that feels modest even by mid-range standards nowadays. The SoC is paired with a decent 3GB RAM, and a sizable 3,500mAh battery is in charge of keeping the 6.2-inch FHD+ lights on. That stands for a respectable resolution of 2160 x 1080 pixels, mind you, which equates to a 2:1 aspect ratio, with relatively thin bezels in tow and no need for a notch to achieve a fairly attractive “FullVision” design.
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