Earlier this year, the LG introduced a new smartphone called LG UX 5.0. It was pegged for a spring release and now, LG announced the newly LG Stylus 2 Plus, a follow-up to the original LG Stylus 2 launched back in February, but with some key components changed.
The new device features the same design as its predecessor, the LG Stylo 2 or also known as the LG Stylus 2, as the improvements that LG implemented on the smartphone were made on its specifications and performance.
Compared with the 720 pixel display of the LG Stylus 2, the LG Stylus 2 Plus has a 1080p display, while still retaining the 5.7-inch size. The octa-core processor of the new smartphone was also improved from 1.2 GHz to 1.4 GHz, and the RAM also increased from 1.5 gigabyte to 2 gigabyte or 3 gigabyte, depending on the market. The LG Stylus 2 Plus will also be featuring a fingerprint scanner at its back, that is not found in the LG Stylus 2.
Regarding the camera, in some markets the Stylus 2 plus will come with a 16 MP rear camera and 8 MP front facing camera. For all other markets however, this smartphone will ship with the same pair as the original Stylus 2 featured: a 13 MP rear camera and 5 MP front facing camera.
Regarding the RAM, in some regions it appears that there will be 3 gigabyte instead of the standard 2 gigabyte. In addition some regions will receive a unit with 32 gigabyte of on-board storage. The battery of the smartphone is retained at 3,000 mAh, with the OS out of the box being Android 6.0 Marshmallow.
The LG Stylus 2 Plus has now been launched in Taiwan, with the phone to be rolled out to customers in North America, South America, Europe and Asia within the coming weeks.