- Analysis by Christelle Nina
The Stylo 3 Plus relies on Pen Pop 2.0 to enhance the experience of stylus usage. This accompaniment has features like Pen Keeper, Pop Lens, Pop Scanner, Pop Memo, and Screen-off Memo, all of which have been designed to attract Android fans who are big on usability.
Now, we delve into its imaging pros and cons. For a mid-range device that boasts of a 13-megapixel rear camera , the lack of oomph factor in the LG Stylo 3 Plus's 5-megapixel selfie shooter is slightly-surprising. While the front sensor isn't a stunner resolution-wise, it does come with a screen-illuminated Selfie Light feature and a straight-up LED front-facing flash .
The octa-core Snapdragon 435 manning the Stylo 3 Plus's insides runs at a relatively-slack 1.4GHz . Compared to those of many other mid-range devices, this spec just doesn't keep up as well as we'd like it to. The 2GB RAM also lies on the unimpressive side of the spectrum.
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In spite of these cons, this model has some ammo in the battery arena. Packing in a 3080mAh fuel tank , it looks like it'll offer potential users some peace of mind -- at least on paper.
The Stylo 3 Plus has a pretty short list of pros and cons -- owing to the fact that many of its specs (except for the ones mentioned above, of course) lie on the "decent" or "reasonable" side. With this, prospective buyers are left to decide whether the stylus features are a good match with their usage habits and needs, since these are the model's most definitive and decisive trait.
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** This phone is also known as: LG Stylo Plus 3
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