People are so focused on LG’s flagship series that they forget about its more affordable phones, like the LG Stylo 4. Like the Galaxy Note 9, it has a stylus and runs on Android Oreo 8.1. Their difference? It costs a quarter of the price.
Here’s what LG’s got cooking up for the second half of 2019.
LG’s V-series has changed a lot over the years. With the V10 and V20, LG set out to create phones that appealed to power-users and photography nuts — offering removable batteries, high-quality headphone jacks, and powerful camera features. The V30 and V40 shook things up, opting for a premium glass/metal design and aiming for a more mainstream market.
The LG G7 ThinQ may not excite you in terms of design, but its robust set of features certainly will. What makes it even more attractive is Best Buy’s $300 discount, dropping its price to a healthier $450.
If you’re looking for a decent phone with high-end specs and don’t want to break the bank, look no more: LG’s latest flagship just dropped to $500 on Amazon, which is a very reasonable price given its internals. Since the handset was selling for $850 when it came out in April, the $350 markdown in such a short time is quite impressive.
Despite this seemingly low price, the G8 remains a high-end device, and as such has respectable components, including a 6.1″ AMOLED display, 128GB of internal storage, 6GB of RAM, and a Snapdragon 855 processor. Read More