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  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Great phone at a cost that doesn't dissappoint you

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    Fast charging 1 Hour 30 minutes. Can play some few game without a notice of lag. Can multitask better. Picture quality is much better then my Canon SX60 $449.99 Movie quality is amazing good I can live with it. This phone hasn't had any problem, its a phone what I need to do all in one.

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    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    All is good

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    Owned for 1 month when reviewed.

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    Overall great price does all for my needs good camera easy to use

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    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    I love my new phone it is easy to use .

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    It fits good in my hand and it was easy to learn about it and how to use it.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Nicw phone

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    Like this phone the fitures on it just a great phone for me or a gift

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    A fantastic phone for the price!:)

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    I bought this phone just out of curiosity because I like LG and I also liked the size of this phone and wanted to try the stylus. After a week of using it I decided to keep it and sell my Samsung S 8, which I used before. This phone is way better than the 300$ it costs! Of course there are compromises, but this phone has and does everything an average user needs for daily communication. I have no problem making & recieving calls, texting, browsing the web, answering emails and usind social media. All the apps I need work too. I must say, I am not a gamer, so I don´t need a powerful phone in this sense. The screen is bright enough and is not pixilated or cheap at all. Of course it is not a Samsung screen, but now I find Samsung pallete a bit saturated. The phone is very well built! Not flimsy at all and feels very comfortable in the hand and in both of my hands when I am texting. The metal frame makes it look and feel more premium than it is and the bezel is very narrow and makes the screen huge! The only thing, which I would improve is the back cover. It is made of plastic, so it is a finger prints magnet. However, people are complaingn about easy scratching, and I don´t have a single scratch after using the phone for a week without a case. The stylus is not a Samsung pen, it is very simple, but it does the job. I love taking quick notes on the go. The stylus never falls out and is easy to take out when needed. The finger print sensor is on the back and works flawlessly, I had it on my Samsung S8 and it never worked since I couldn´t put my finger on it correctly. I was very surprised when I was able to use the finger print unlock and password feature on this LG without a problem and I never miss the spot on the back cover of the phone. This phone even has a led light indicator (only one collor, red, but still) - a feature, which midrange phones usually don´t have. The camera is ok, but I must admit that nothing can beat the quality of Samsung cameras. It will do for selfies and any other everyday pictures, but not for anything fancy. The phone is slower than Samsung, but there is a trick to it: you have to switch to the developer mode and change the animation speed. It is 100% safe for the phone and it works. Just youtube ¨how to make Android phone work faster?¨. Once again, it was a big/great surprise for me and I am gladly keeping the phone. If you are an average user with no special requests for a super speedy or shinny phone, this one is for you, and for 500$ less then a premium phone with a 6.2 inches screen.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Large Display + Low Price + Unlocked = Good Value

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    I am a die-hard Android and Samsung fan. My carrier is Total Wireless, which operates on Verizon's network. I am coming from a tired Note 4 to this (Unlocked) LG Stylo 4 by way of an unlocked Moto G6 that I only had for a few days. The display on the G6 just wasn't large enough for me, and I had trouble hearing the caller even with the volume wide open. I am hearing impaired so that may not be an issue for most unless you are in a noisy environment. So, I took the Moto G6 back to Best Buy and painlessly exchanged it for the Stylo 4. Even though the Note 4 is faster on paper, I honestly can't tell any difference in the processor speed between the Note 4 and the Stylo 4 (or the Moto G6). This may be due to all the bloatware dragging the Note 4 down. This could not be removed from the Note 4, which was originally a Verizon phone. I didn't see any apps I would consider bloatware on the Unlocked Stylo 4. Battery life seems better on the Stylo 4 as well, but then the display resolution is not as high. I love the USB type C connector. Do I miss the Note 4? Only when snapping photos, because the camera on the Stylo 4 is just mediocre and the Note 4 had an outstanding camera. I hope I never miss the Gorilla Glass on the Note 4 either. There have been plenty of times that it was dropped and I just knew it would be broken when I picked it up. Only time will tell whether the glass on the Stylo 4 will hold up that well. I note no difference in cellular reception or data over WiFi. This is my first LG Smartphone and I may just be a convert. If you are on a budget you will ultimately have to decide what trade-offs are acceptable, since everything in life involves some degree of compromise. I couldn't see paying double or triple for flagship phone that has only a slightly better display and a better camera. I doubt you can find a phone with this size display, speed and features for even twice the price. I know I couldn't and I looked everywhere.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Surprisingly well made phone.

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    I've owned the LG G2, G3, V10 & V20, so I am very familiar with LG phones. I thought I was never going to buy another LG phone after my V10 and V20 boot looped. I wanted an inexpensive phone with a 6 inch display, an SD card slot and a slim profile. Well, I found it, and it happens to be another LG. The display isn't AMOLED, but it gets the job done very well. I added an 256 GB Micro SD for additional storage as well. Bluetooth, wireless and GPS work great. The camera is not great, but good. You're not going to get an LG G7 camera on a $300 dollar phone. The pictures I have taken so far look good. There is no NFC on this model, but I never used it on previous LG phones, so this wasn't a problem for me, though it may be for others. I've haven't experienced any lag. I get 2 days of battery life with normal use and a little over a day with heavy use. Not bad. Overall, if you're tired of paying $500 and up for a cell phone, this phone is an excellent choice. There's very little bloatware as well. I use this phone with AT&T prepaid service and I've had no issues with reception.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Great Phone, Minor Drawbacks

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    Pros: Extremely Smooth and Fast (compared to other mid-range devices) Works With All Major Carriers (including Verizon/Total Wireless) Great Display USB-C Charging Fast Charging Capability Great Stylus Large Display Average-Good Battery Life 3 GB of RAM (compared to 2 GB with Metro PCS version) Cons: Back is prone to scratching easily No NFC Average Camera Detailed Review: First, let me say that, for the price, you cannot compare this phone to other $300 budget phones. This phone has a much larger screen and a Stylus. The most comparable phone to this phone speed wise would probably be the Moto G6 for $250, but keep in mind the Moto G6 does not come with a Stylus, and has a smaller screen. I owned both the Moto G6 and the LG Stylo 4, and I came away very impressed with the Stylo 4. Despite having the same processor, day to day I found that the Stylo 4 was faster than the Moto G6. (Perhaps this was due to better software optimization being on Android 8.1). While the Moto would struggle scrolling through certain apps and would freeze occasionally, the Stylo (once you get all your apps set up and everything downloaded), has been very smooth. The Stylus also works great. The LG Stylo 4, in my opinion, is a must upgrade from all previous Stylo phones including the Stylo 3 Plus. The Stylo 4 now has a power button on the right side of the phone (previous Stylo's used the fingerprint scanner on the back as a power button) and this Stylo 4 is a much more premium device. It has 3 GB of RAM (all previous Stylo phones have had 2 GB of RAM or less. Also, the Metro PCS version of the Stylo 4 only has 2 GB of RAM. This version is also unique because this version has USB-C charging (finally). It also has a Snapdragon 450 processor (same processor used in the Moto G6). This processor is basically similar to the Snapdragon 636, it is just "underclocked". I've seen reviews on youtube that down play this phone. They would argue that it is better to spent $150 on a used Note 5. But I recently had a used LG G6, and I can tell you, those "used phones" are over two years old. The average phone only lasts two to three years, so your basically buying a phone that could have issues any minute. Your also buying a phone on older software. If you compare this phone to new phones, it is a good value. You might get a phone with a slightly better processor for $300, but you won't get the Stylus functionality or the screen size that the Stylo gives you. In short: If you want a big screen, a phone that has many premium features for a smaller cost, and of course, a phone with a Stylus, then the Stylo 4 is a great device for you. If you don't care about the Stylus or a huge phone, the Moto G6 COULD be a good alternative. It has the same RAM and processor, but personally I had some issues with mine. A "open box" Moto X4 is a good alternative (to get a good deal). One more recommendation: One way to save money is to buy this phone, or any unlocked phone with a service card and a service plan. Personally I knew someone that needed simple mobile service, so I was able to give the service to a friend, and that allowed me to get $50 off of this phone. I am using it on Total Wireless and it is working great!

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Great Value

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    This phone is a great value. I have owned an iPhone since they first came out and given Apple's pricing strategy I decided it was time to try switching. Several people warned me that switching is problematic and so I decided to buy a low cost phone to see if I would like the Android OS. Couldn't be happier. I find the interface intuitive and have had little problems switching over. In terms of the specific phone I love the large size and the screen is great for everything I use it for: games, watching videos, texting, and surfing. I don't keep a lot of music on the phone and have learned to limit my apps - cause I don't use most of them - so I haven't had any storage issues. Its obviously not a Samsung 9 plus but if you don't need the latest and greatest process or tons of storage - and truth is most people don't - this is a great option for a very reasonable price. Bottom line, I would highly recommend this phone.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Outstanding phone. Great value.

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    This phone is outstanding and also a great value. It is only $199.99 ($100.00 off of the list price), and in my learned opinion, there is nothing in this price range that comes close. Even for twice Best Buy's discounted price! It is worth noting that the bezel is metal, not plastic. - Display: 6.2" FHD+ FullVision™ TFT 2160 × 1080 (390 ppi density) - OS: Android™ 8.1 (Oreo); LG UX 7 - CPU: Octa-core 1.8 GHz Cortex-A53 - Chipset: Qualcomm SDM450 Snapdragon 450 (14 nm) - GPU: Adreno 506 - Internal Memory: 32 GB (21.38 GB available) - 3 GB RAM - External Memory: MicroSD card (sold separately), up to 2 TB (not included) - Battery Capacity: 3,300mAh Lithium Polymer, Talk Time: Up to 14 hours - 13MP PDAF (Phase Detection Auto Focus), Single LED Flash Rear Camera, Video 2 MP, @ 30 FPS - Front Camera Wide 5 MP with Auto Shot, Resolution: 2560 x 1920 pixels, Video 2 MP, @ 30 FPS - Resolution: 4160 x 3120 pixels, Digital Zoom: 4x - 2G, 3G, 4G and 4G LTE Capable - Bluetooth® Version 4.2 - Wi-Fi® 802.11a/b/g/n/ac - Bluetooth® & USB Tethering - USB Type-C™ with Fast Charging, Qualcomm® Quick Charge™ 2.0 and 3.0 - Accelerometer, Gyro, Proximity, Compass - Stylus pen with customizable settings - No network carrier bloatware - Compatible with major U.S. carriers, including Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile. In business, as in life, the key is Return On Investment. There certainly are phones with more. Is the Samsung Galaxy Note 9+, or LG's own V40 worth the extra $700 ~ $800 sky-high price tag? Perhaps, if you are 1/10th of 1 percent of the population, needing bleeding-edge technology, and you have money burning a hole in your pocket. For the vast majority of people, the LG Stylo 4 is more than sufficient to do what is needed and much more... I purchased this phone less than 1 week ago, and at my recommendation, a close personal friend has purchased one as a result.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Awesome phone for the money!

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    This is a great phone for the money. Previously, I had a Moto G5S plus. The biggest thing I didn't like about that phone was the lack of notification light (commonly absent on Moto phones) so I was looking for a similarly-priced phone which did. Also one with a brighter screen for improved viewing outdoors. Enter the LG Stylo. Before you continue reading, bear in mind this phone is less than half the price of a Note 9. Having said that, this phone has many excellent features. The screen is pretty enormous - almost the entire face of the phone. It's definitely brighter than the Moto. Voice calls are quite good and plenty loud and clear. The speaker isn't as good as the Moto - definitely more tinny. In fact, I was quite surprised just how good the Moto's speaker was. So maybe it's just above average. Camera is just OK. I don't really use my cell phone camera for much more than quick snapshots so I can't really say much more about it. Now on to the stylus. There's an important distinction between this and the Samsung Note series. This phone's stylus is NOT an "active" stylus in the way the Note's is. A Note will give you a tiny little mouse pointer on the screen that tracks the tip of your stylus. On a website, this lets you hover over page elements just like you would do with a mouse. The Stylo, on the other hand, has a passive pointer that is similar to what you'd find on the end of a "stylus" pen with a big fat eraser looking thing. However, the tip is reasonably small and the screen is very responsive to it. You can write notes in a little note app that's included. But it's like writing with a Sharpie - not precise in the way the Note's stylus is. Still, useful enough for simple things. And tapping on small items on the screen does seem pretty accurate. So if the Note's stylus is a "10" I would rate this one like a "7". Last thing to talk about is overall performance. It's just "okay". I think the Moto G5 was actually a little zippier. The Stylo seems sluggish sometimes when switching apps. Not bad enough to return the phone but, well, it is what it is for a phone of this price. To sum up: Nice big display. Good voice call quality. Generally reliable. Stylus is pretty cool. Battery life is great. Doesn't have the "premium" feel that even the Note 4 did. But it's a LOT of phone for the money, and that's coming from someone who likes tech. But who also is thrifty. ;)

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Awesome phone

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    Owned for 7 months when reviewed.

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    I bought this phone just out of curiosity because I like LG and I also liked the size of this phone and wanted to try the stylus. After a week of using it I decided to keep it. This phone is way better than what it costs. Of course there are compromises, but this phone has and does everything an average user needs for daily communication. I have no problem making & recieving calls, texting, browsing the web, answering emails and using social media. All the apps work too. I must say, The screen is bright enough and is not pixilated or cheap at all. Of course it is not a Samsung screen, but now I find Samsung pallete a bit saturated. The phone is very well built! Not flimsy at all and feels very comfortable in the hand and in both of my hands when I am texting. The metal frame makes it look and feel more premium than it is and the bezel is very narrow and makes the screen huge! The only thing, which I would improve is the back cover. It is made of plastic, so it is a finger prints magnet. The stylus is not a Samsung pen, it is very simple, but it does the job. I love taking quick notes on the go. The stylus never falls out and is easy to take out when needed. The finger print sensor is on the back and works flawlessly, I was very surprised when I was able to use the finger print unlock and password feature on this LG without a problem and I never miss the spot on the back cover of the phone. This phone even has a led light indicator (only one collor, red, but still) - a feature, which midrange phones usually don´t have. The camera is ok, but I must admit that nothing can beat the quality of Samsung cameras. It will do for selfies and any other everyday pictures, but not for anything fancy. The phone is slower than Samsung, but there is a trick to it: you have to switch to the developer mode and change the animation speed. It is 100% safe for the phone and it works. Once again, it was a big/great surprise for me and I am gladly keeping the phone. If you are an average user with no special requests for a super speedy or shiny phone, this one is for you, and for 500$ less than a premium phone with a 6.2 inches screen.

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    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Good Phone; Terrible Camera and no NFC.

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    After having a poor experience here in Nevada with the Motorola G6, I decided to heed some advice with my local T-Mobile tech support agent who suggested to purchase the LG Stylo 4 for better reception and also band 71 which is great for better coverage indoors. -- The only disappointing thing I found from this phone had been the camera, specifically the stock camera application but that can be improved by installing Google Camera for the LG Q7+. -- The audio is excellent, Wifi Calling and VoLTE is included with this product as well as Screen sharing but unfortunately no NFC for Google Play which is a minor difference from the T-Mobile version. Overall I would recommend this to a friend, especially other metroPCS/T-Mobile users.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Admirable

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    *I am using this unlocked LG Stylo 4 on a postpaid Verizon Unlimited Data plan.* The device itself is well made and mostly deserving of the price. The camera lacks OIS so most shots WILL have some blur. The camera is the weakest feature of the device. As a plus, with the stylus, you can capture GIFs with the camera and the whole process is surprisingly simple. The speaker is also on the weaker side, but more than sufficient for talking normally and on speakerphone. It struggles to be sufficiently loud to listen to podcasts during a shower (assuming placement on a counter outside of water reach since it is not waterproof). The Screen is actually very nice. It is plenty bright for daytime, outside use and gets dark enough to not burn retinas in the dark. Everything is also nice and crisp. The processor is... Sufficient. It does not disappoint but it also does not impress. Rendering webpages is obviously slower, though not annoyingly, than devices like the LG G7 ThinQ with SD845 processor, but the SD450 loads all of my apps just as well. On Verizon, all I had to do was simply swap my SIM card into this device and turn it on. The phone adjusted all necessary apn settings on it's own for LTE, MMS, SMS, and VoLTE to work perfectly. The only two network compatibility issues I have are the absence of WiFi calling/texting and no Visual Voicemail with Verizon's own VVM app. VVM can be had through a third party app, but WiFi calling/texting cannot. Unless using purly data services such as Skype or Facebook Messenger. Other than that, call quality is excellent and there does not appear to be any lag beyond the devices sold directly by Verizon. I did not have to contact Verizon at all to make this device work.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Awesome Phone!

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    I wanted a phone that didn't cost too much, and didn't have too many "bells and whistles" in it. I love this phone because it's easy to use, and has all of the things I need: a large screen, long battery life, and internet capabilities. It didn't come with any preset apps that usually clog up the screens of other phones. On this phone, I get to load what I want, and that's all that is on it. I can get a signal inside my place of work; I could never get one before with my old phone. The stylus is an added bonus - I use it to play games and to text. This is, by far, the best phone that I've ever owned.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Good phone but shop around

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    The phone is great for the value. Cons: terrible speakers but good sound if using earbuds) and the camera isn't that great, but it's sufficient if you're not a big picture taker. Biggest regret is buying this from Best Buy w/o waiting a couple days to see if I could get a better deal from another retailer. You can currently buy this phone for $179 online elsewhere. PS You will want to buy a case for this phone. The back scratches extremely easily.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Great second phone

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    I have both the Stylo 4 and the Samsung Galaxy Note 9. I think this phone is 80-90% as impressive as the Note 9. I use both interchangeably every day. The Note is a more powerful phone with more ram and storage. But in actual use this does not make a big difference in usability. I like the flat screen of the Stylo, but am not bothered by the curved glass Note 9. I have NO problems with slowness, bad audio, etc. This is a great phone, especially at the price. The only possible negatives are that it may have trouble running some games smoothly and software updates may be slower from LG. I haven't run into that either.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Really Nice Android Phone For The Price

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    Owned for more than 2 years when reviewed.

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    I've used my LG phone as a primary phone, a back up phone, and for use when my iPhone gave out. Very reliable, latest Android, unlocked so I just move the sim as needed. Keep it around even now three years later as a backup to my regular phone which has periodically had hiccups. The LG always gets me back on line within a couple minutes. Great phone.

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    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 3 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    All good except speaker and stylus

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    TLDR... the camera is decent the screen is great battery life is awesome but the location and method of removing the stylus is bad and the speaker is horrible. I had the Stylo 3 plus and was a little underwhelmed by the design choice and a few other quirky things about it but was in the market for a low price handset. I was between this and the Q7 Plus and although the Q7 plus had more features like water resistance more RAM and a few other things this Stylo 4 screen size really appealed to me. It might be the Snapdragon 450 that seems a little laggy from time to time compared to the 630 I was used to in my Moto X4. It could also be that for whatever reason in this day and age a Phone still has 2 gigabytes of RAM. Despite all of this there isn't a horrible amount of lag but one must consider all of the bloatware and all of the gestures and other bloated features that aren't really needed on a phone with these kinds of performance specs. I would have loved to see some flashlight shortcut. I would have liked to see the volume and power buttons a little lower as well as the fingerprint sensor a little lower on the back given how tall this phone is. Even still it's not unwieldy and it's not very heavy. The things I like about it, it has a fairly acceptable camera. The screen size is great and the bezels are thinner than any phone I've had before. I've used several LG phones in my life most of them G Series and this one continues with some good features added over stock Android but again there's just a lot of unnecessary layering and such. As of writing I am on the August security patch. I don't expect to see Android 9 for this phone and that's okay because the Stylo 5 will be out this summer or so and these phones are disposable at this price point. What I don't like about this phone is the awkward location and method of removing the stylus. It doesn't have a satisfying click like the Stylo 3 had, its a soft mushy unreassuring pfft. My only other real complaints other than the stylus is the single color LED notification light and my biggest gripe has to be with the speaker. Phone calls on the earpiece need to be almost maxed out and the bottom firing speaker just does not sound good no matter how you shape The Equalizer in the music app. It just sounds like a tin can, is very harsh and shrill with absolutely no mid or bass. This is definitely evident from music or videos or even using the speaker phone with male or female voice on the other end. I should also mention that the speakers location is easily covered up by a finger while holding the phone or playing a game or even watching a video. I know it's trendy to have a bottom firing speaker however at least when they were on the back of the phone you could use your hand as a sound reflector. For all of the good I can live with a few of the bad but the speaker is definitely the biggest point that needs to be improved because even the Stylo 3 sounded better than this. Also add that for whatever reason the T-Mobile version has 2 gigs of ram versus 3 in the unlocked version, however it does have band 71 support. I believe that if I were to get this phone and I was on another carrier I would definitely be pleased with 3 gigs of RAM but band 71 should be in my area soon and hopefully that's another plus to counteract a minus. If I have the choice to choose again between this Stylo 4 and the Q7 plus I would probably still go with this phone because they have the same camera they have the same speaker and same processor, the only difference being the RAM and the water resistance. Basically it's a little bit better than you'd expect for a phone at this price point.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Great display & camera for the price

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    Owned for 1.5 years when reviewed.

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    Don't underestimate this product's camera quality just because it is not an Apple product like I did! I was taken aback when I realized that the images I captured are of pretty good quality. It doesn't have a home button on the front of the phone but instead there is a fingerprint scanner on the backside. I don't use this feature often but I do admit that it being on the back instead of front is very convenient when it comes to maximizing the screen space.

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    I would recommend this to a friend