LG G3 Stylus Launched With 5.5-Inch qHD Display at Rs. 21,500


LG G3 Stylus

LG has officially introduced India availability of the G3 Stylus in India, pricing it at Rs. 21,500 – as had been listed on the corporate website online final week.

At the start announced in August in advance of IFA, the highlight function of the LG G3 Stylus is that it comes with a ‘Rubberdium’ stylus, a feature that’s lacking from the LG G3(assessment pictures) flagship.

The Android four.4.2 kitkat-based LG G3 Stylus options UX derived from the LG G3. One of the most options of the G3-derived UX pores and skin include the touch and Shoot function, which clicks pictures by tapping any place on the show to focus and shoot in a single step, and Gesture Shot within the camera lets in customers to open and shut a hand in front of the lens to start a three-2nd countdown for the shutter.

LG G3 Stylus With 5.5-Inch qHD Display

Other features embody Knock Code, which was once first offered on the LG G2 that allows customers to free up the cellphone by tapping a personalized ‘knock’ sample on the show, and quickmemo+, which is a blend of three utility apps – Quickmemo, Memo and workstation apps. The G3 Stylus also features dual window function that allows multitasking in two separate home windows.

The LG G3 Stylus includes a 5.5-inch qhd (540×960 pixels) display and is powered via a 1.3ghz quad-core (unspecified chipset) processor, coupled with 1GB of RAM. It comes with 8GB of built in storage and supports expandable storage.

The smartphone sports a thirteen-megapixel rear camera and in addition comes with a 1.three-megapixel font digital camera. The LG G3 Stylus is backed with the aid of a 3000mah removable battery. It measures 149.3×75.9×10.2mm and weighs 163 grams. The G3 Stylus was launched in Black, Gold and White color variants.

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