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LG G Vista 2 with new stylus announced by AT&T

LG’s most popular phones are the LG G3 and LG G4, but that doesn’t mean the company doesn’t have a wide array of options out there. One interesting new addition to the company’s portfolio today is the LG G Vista 2, a contendor to the Note 5. The LG G Vista 2 was unveiled with AT&T today, who will be the exclusive seller of the smartphone, unfortunately.

The LG G Vista 2 is a smartphone designed for productivity and it capitalizes on the recent stylus trend that has become obvious in the phablet market. Besides its new and improved stylus, the LG G Vista 2 also offers a decent specs sheet, even though availability has not yet been revealed.

The LG G Vista 2 display measures 5.7-inches, much like the new LG V10. The screen has a 1080*1920 resolution, making it a pretty neat viewing experience. Under the hood, LG most likely used the Snapdragon 615 mid-range processor coupled with 2 GB RAM and 16 GB expandable storage. One of the tagline’s of AT&T’s event was the LG G Vista 2 price, which the carrier said would be revolutionary. Although we’re looking at more of a mid-range phablet than a flagship, the new phone is pretty well-endowed. If the price is below $250, AT&T and LG might both experience some sudden growth in sales.


One of the aspects that the company focused on when designing the LG G Vista 2 was the camera. Consequently, the company outfitted the device with a 13 MP camera with laser autofocus, full manual mode and a color spectrum sensor on the rear and a 5 MP camera on the front.

With a design that is similar to that of the LG G Flex 2, sporting a curved back and a plastic chassis, the LG G Vista 2 is pretty comfortable. On-screen software buttons and the included stylus offer a seamless user experience, with apps and features designed by LG specifically for use with the stylus. Now we just have to find out about price and availability.

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