It looks like the LG G3 Stylus will finally enjoy a global debut, starting with Brazil first before it is introduced throughout Latin America, Central Asia, as well as the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS). The LG G3 Stylus made its debut officially at the end of last month, where this pen-enabled smartphone would have retained much of what made the LG G3 such a stunning flagship device, and yet it does not break the bank.
Just to recap, the LG G3 Stylus would run on a quad-core 1.3GHz processor, sport a generous 5.5” qHD IPS display, carry 1GB RAM, has 8GB of internal memory which can be further expanded thanks to a microSD memory card slot, sport a 13MP shooter behind and a 1.3MP camera in front, supports 3G connectivity (sorry, no LTE for you just in case you were wondering) and runs on Android 4.4.2 KitKat.
It also comes with a proprietary Rubberdium stylus pen which will be comfortable to hold regardless of which hand you write/draw with, and when not in use, it will slide within the LG G3 Stylus for easy portability. Basically, this is like the LG G3 in some ways, except that it will target the entry level to mid-range smartphone market. The lack of LTE connectivity will definitely bother some folks. [Press Release]