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.

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

  1. 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 PleasureI bought the Stylo2 to use as a WIFI Phone, Social Media Tool, and Media player for music, movies and gaming device.This device is truly Amazing. It is a prefect tablet replacement. I am extremely pleased with my purchase. This device is near perfect!Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 processorQuad-core 1.2GHz processor and 2GB of RAM deliver outstanding overall performance for opening and running applications, flipping through menus.PROVery Light and Thin, Lighter and thinner than the iPhone 65.7″ HD IPS touch screen display beautiful images and colors.16GB Storage2GB Ram (ESPN, VEVO, YOUTUBE, CRACKLE, NETFLIX, KODI, Runs FLAWLESS!!!)Android 6.0 Marshmallow (Runs very smooth without lagging and ability to exit apps 100% allowing better memory management)CONSAndroid 6.0 Marshmallow OS (Locked version, will not allow you to copy APPS to SD…

  2. Schuyler says:

    Awesome phone – especially for the price! I’ve had this phone for about three weeks now, and I love it. I like the size, it is perfect for the size of my hands and fingertips. The stylus makes it even easier – but it only seems to work on this phone, which is nice because it makes it less desirable to others that don’t own this particular cell phone for a “5-finger-discount” – and the fact that it is embedded, with active reminders when the screen shuts off without it being returned to the holding slot, makes it hard to lose or forget somewhere. The screen sensitivity is great and it scrolls much faster than other phones that I’ve owned before. It comes with the newest version of Android (Marshmallow), which I’ve found to be very easy to use. Previously, the newest OS that I’ve had in any phone was kit-kat; which is notorious for a few reasons. Android Marshmallow doesn’t allow apps to be transferred to the SD cards either (quite annoying- especially since Lollipop did allow it after Android received a TON of…

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