LG G3 Stylus Specifications Review – Samsung may be proud with a product lineup that has advantages in Note S-Pen pen. Apparently their fellow compatriots, LG, also has similar plans. With previously tried with a product called Optimus Vu, which turned out to be less able to captivate the market. LG is now utilizing his surname popularity G to release a smartphone has a pen that is LG G3 Stylus. Not one LG to name because it looks beyond the body of the phone looks similar to the flagship LG G3. But with the price of nearly 3 million, if given proper performance of said derivative LG G3?
LG G3 Stylus Specifications
3G | 4G | Bluetooth | EDGE | Near Field Communication (NFC) | WiFi
Quad-core 2.5 GHz Krait 400
Android OS, v4.4.2 (KitKat)
IPS LCD 16 million color 5.5-inch qHD (540 x 960 px)
LG G3 Stylus Review
Design and Body
As we said above, no one chose to call phone LG LG G3 Stylus because in terms of the concept of the body is very similar to the flagship phone LG G3 either from the front or rear. LG G3 Stylus dimensions 149.3 x 75.9 x 10.2 mm and weighs 163 grams, only slightly larger and heavier than the LG G3. The material used is entirely plastic, but feels solid feel with a premium feel, especially in the rear casing brushed metal texture.
The screen size should be equal to the G3 but LG G3 Stylus resolution affairs just given only QHD resolution screen (540 x 960 pixels) makes only 200 ppi pixel density. Screen looks pretty contrast and natural though not sharp, the angle of vision is also quite good. But unfortunately for phones that dibenaderol price nearly three million, LG did not give light sensors so that the screen can not adapt to ambient light conditions. Layer coated glass oleophobic screen also not so very attached spotting finger.
Spotlight on this phone is clear where the stylus. But do not expect to be able to function stylus with features like those of the S-Pen. As it turns out the stylus is just a regular stylus with no special features. So with this stylus you can also use in other touch screen devices. Notching stylus looks crowing with the look of metal and a rubber tip that is small enough but not tapered.
LG G3 Stylus runs on Android 4.4.2 with the latest LG same interface as in G3. It looks cleaner with a little refreshment but still provides a shortcut to a diverse menu and also the setting. LG provides a lot of customization options, from standards like wallpapers, themes, fonts, until the display bar filled Android function keys with four additional buttons for dual SIM functionality.
LG G3 Stylus equipped with two cameras located at the front and rear. The front camera is 1.3MP resolution with features such as beauty and timers selfie which began only with clenched hands in front of the camera. For a given resolution 13MP rear camera autofocus and LED flash accompanied. Display the camera interface is also equal to that of the G3, but with quite a lot of cutting features. Recorded only available panorama mode other than auto mode, the timer, cheese shutter, grid, and the choice of storage location and resolution.
Display Gallery uses the concept of stock Android just slightly polished so that it looks more integrated with the theme. Collection of photos and videos displayed by folder / album. You can vary the size of thumbnail images with pinch to zoom. Content that there can also be instantly shared via Bluetooth, email, social networks and others.
LG G3 Stylus equipped with a Lithium Ion battery with a capacity equal to that of 3000 mAh removable G3. When we test the HD MKV video playback duration of one hour with a condition connected WiFi without a mobile network and 50% screen brightness reduced battery from 100% to 94%, considering the specs are quite far with G3 battery life indicates better performance.