LG Stylo 4 Now Available At MetroPCS For $179


The LG Stylo 4 has now launched over at MetroPCS, and it is priced at $179. This is LG's newest addition to its very popular Stylo lineup of smartphones and it does also sport a rather tall display – at 6.2-inches and a 18:9 aspect ratio – for under $200, with a stylus. Definitely a good option for those that are looking for a new smartphone right now. As far as the other specs go, the Stylo 4 also sports the Snapdragon 450 processor, 2GB of RAM and 32GB of storage here. There is a micro SD card slot available for expanding storage. LG has included a 3300mAh capacity battery as well, to keep the Stylo 4 powered all day long. As far as cameras go, there is a 13-megapixel sensor on the rear and a 5-megapixel sensor on the front. It is also running on Android 8.1 Oreo and uses LG's custom user interface.

LG Stylo 4 does support all of the LTE bands for T-Mobile, as you would expect. That includes bands 2, 4, 5, 12, 66 and 71. So that means it does support both 700MHz and 600MHz, so that it will be future-proof for T-Mobile's LTE network. There is also a headphone jack here and a stylus included – hence the "Stylo" name here. The stylus has become pretty popular among LG Stylo users, so it's not a surprise to see this available on the Stylo 4 again.

MetroPCS is now offering the LG Stylo 4, so you can pick it up from MetroPCS.com or from a local MetroPCS store. It is actually normally priced at $229, but MetroPCS has taken $50 off of the price already, so you can get an even sweeter deal here, which is definitely nicer to see. MetroPCS does offer some pretty cheap unlimited data plans, but remember that this is a prepaid carrier which means you are paying for the next month at the beginning of the month (instead of at the end of the month like on a postpaid carrier). Also, it isn't as highly prioritized as postpaid customers. But that won't make too much of an impact on most users anyways. You can pick up the LG Stylo 4 from the link down below.

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