LG Stylo 2 Prepaid Carrier Locked – Retail Packaging (Boost)

December 3, 2016 - Comment

With its sleek design, the LG Stylo 2 reinvents where power and style meet. The LG signature rear keys make it even easier to pull up Capture+. Its 13MP camera with flash and auto focus lets you record life in picture-perfect Full HD (1080p). Then, play it back on the beautiful and durable 5.7-inch HD

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With its sleek design, the LG Stylo 2 reinvents where power and style meet. The LG signature rear keys make it even easier to pull up Capture+. Its 13MP camera with flash and auto focus lets you record life in picture-perfect Full HD (1080p). Then, play it back on the beautiful and durable 5.7-inch HD IPS Display.

Product Features

  • Android 6.0 Marshmallow OS
  • 13MP Rear-Facing Camera with 5MP Front-Facing Camera
  • 5.7″ HD IPS display
  • LG signature rear keys

Comments

Markeese D. Robinson says:

This device is truly Amazing. It is a prefect tablet replacement. I use an iPhone 6 for Business and Stylo2 for Pleasure 

crearealidad says:

… my LG Optimus 3 and so far am fairly happy with it I purchased this phone to replace my LG Optimus 3 and so far am fairly happy with it. My previous phone lasted 2.5 years and I purchased this one specifically because it was an LG phone which appeared to be an updated, improved version of my previous model. The biggest thing to know about this phone is that it is very large to be considered a phone. You can operate it with one hand, but it’s far more comfortable with two. However, since I rarely make phone calls and mostly use this for…

Jayemaych says:

Initial Thoughts After A Few Hours I just received this phone from Amazon for Virgin Mobile service. I got it in order to replace an HTC 816 where my only real gripe with that phone was the stupid amount of un-deleteable bloatware that took up half of that phone’s 8GB of memory. I really don’t understand how these companies can legally claim that the device has a certain amount of internal memory when half of it is used up with worthless apps that I’ll never use…and there’s no way to delete the vast majority of them or move…

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