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LG Stylo 3 - Prepaid - Carrier Locked - Boost Mobile
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- Boost Mobile Service
- Fingerprint Scanner
- 5.7" HD Display with Embedded Stylus
- 13MP Rear Camera with 8MP Front Facing Camera
- 16GB ROM and 2GB RAM
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- Size (LWH): 6.12 inches, 3.14 inches, 0.29 inches
- Weight: 5.28 ounces
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|Screen Size||5.7 in||5.7 in||5.7||5.5 in||—||5|
|Item Dimensions||3.14 x 6.12 x 0.29 in||0.29 x 6.1 x 3.13 in||3.14 x 0.29 x 6.12 in||5.96 x 3 x 0.33 in||3.3 x 6.5 x 0.37 in||2.76 x 5.54 x 0.34 in|
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The LG Stylo 3 lets you do more than ever before with its large 5.7” HD display and enhanced interactive stylus. Access content quickly and securely using the fingerprint sensor. Its 3,200 mAh battery also lets you talk, text, and browse longer. And a powerful Octa-Core Processor lets you multitask with lightning speed. For use with Boost Mobile service only in the United States. Requires Activation on a Boost Mobile plan for phone use.
Top Customer Reviews
Excellent audio quality and volume
720p resolution on the said big screen
2gb/ram 16gb internal memory
lack of NFC
Adoptable Storage setting disabled
Stylus feels and writes great even though I am afraid it might break if I scribble too hard, but I almost never take it out in the first place anyway.
Touch screen feels way too sensitive sometimes but it's no biggie. Picture quality feels acceptable at best even with all the big numbers attached to camera specs.
Expanding a bit on pros/cons list, the 720p at 5.7 inch screen: while normally I wouldn't mind it(I certainly didn't mind 720 on 5.5 screen on my last phone) but for some reason I can see distortions on bright backgrounds (like homescreen wallpapers or while on browser) if I stare at it hard enough. Maybe it's just me being overly critical, or maybe its the type of screen LG puts in these things that are different than what I am used to but I am trying to look past it and it still bugs me out even after using the phone for a week now.
2GB of ram isn't much of an issue after trying out the phone for a while, everything is reasonably snappy while I switch back and forth different apps. However the 16gb internal memory (you only get to install about 8gb worth of things) can be a dealbreaker for a lot of people. I guess there are microsd cards for that but LG has decided to disable the adoptable storage.
Fingerprint scanner is just beautiful. I expected the slow put my finger on and wait 2~3 seconds before anything happens type of deal from old laptop finger scanners. But this guy just unlocks the moment I put my finger on the scanner, just loving it.
Great phone for price if you are in the market for it. Fingerprinting and stylus are both excellent. Performance exceeds satisfactory and your multimedia experience will be reasonably good unless you put your eyes right in front of the screen. Small amount of internal memory can be a hassle for a lot of people but simple googling can give you a cheap way around it.
I decided to buy a latest 128gb sd card (the one that advertises U3 100mb/s speed and came out a month ago - check it out at amazon phone accessory section) and force enabled adoptable storage and stored a couple of 3D games there to see how it pans out. Before I started I ran memory benchmark and internal memory came in at 170mb/s while SD card only came in at 58mb/s (figures the advertised speed is only for those professional grade cameras or something). Anyway I have tried hearthstone, GTA san andreas and vainglory on SD card and they are all running well and smooth with the exception of hearthstone, going back and forth the non gaming areas(like main screen to play screen into starting the actual game) takes forever on a sd card. Luckily moving an app back and forth the internal to sd isn't much of an hassle.