LG has announced its launch plans for the LG Stylus 2 for the Korean market. As the followup to 2015’s G4 Stylus, the Stylus 2 will be available from Korean carriers in the coming weeks for a price of 396,000 Korean Won (around $330). As far as colors are concerned, it looks like customers will have a choice between titanium, brown or white.
To recap, the LG Stylus 2 is firmly in the budget realm, packing a large 5.7-inch display running at a comparatively low 1280 x 720 resolution. The phone also packs 1.5GB of RAM and 16GB of storage, expandable via microSD. Of course, the draw of the Stylus 2 is its namesake — the included stylus and the features that come along with it. Users can access unique shortcuts when the stylus is removed, and the Stylus 2 will also help you keep from losing the stylus by sending notifications if it detects the phone is in motion while the stylus is removed.
It’s unclear when or if we may see the Stylus 2 hit markets outside of Korea, but we’d expect LG to be announcing further launch markets soon if so.