T-Mobile now selling the LG Stylo 4 for $10/month

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True to its promise, T-Mobile has launched the new LG Stylo 4. Along with its launch, the wireless carrier has given customers interested in this smartphone a chance to buy it for $250 upfront or a monthly fee of $10 for a total of 24 months.

In addition to offering this device, T-Mobile is running a promotion for free shipping with new activations. If you are interested in getting this new LG smartphone, you simply have to enter the promo code 2DAY. This will give you free two-day shipping when you buy the LG Stylo 4 and activate it on T-Mo’s network.

As for the specs of this device, the LG Stylo 4 comes as a phablet with a built-in stylus. The device has a 6.2-inch FHD display with a resolution of 2160×1080 pixels. From within, the phone runs on a 1.8 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 450 processor with 2GB of RAM and the Adreno 506 GPU. Storage-wise, the phone has a built-in memory of 32GB with an option to expand this by up to 2000GB with a microSD card.

You can take photos with the phone through its 13-megapixel rear-facing camera with 1080p HD video recorder. Another option is to use the 5-megapixel front-facing camera for selfies and video calls. A 3300mAh battery is available along with a Screen off Memo feature, GIF Capture feature, and NFC. Upon release, the phone runs on Android 8.1 Oreo OS.

If you’re interested in this phone, make sure to use the promo code to get free shipping.

 

Source: PhoneArena

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  • Dominimmiv

    You would be better off using the buy one get one free will bill credit promo which also started 7/13.

    • Grandy Cuban

      Please give more details on how your suggestion would be better. I’m kinda new at this.

      • Dominimmiv

        Instead of just getting one Stylo 4 and getting free shipping you can get 2 of them and one is free with bill credits.

        • Sayahh

          Would you say it is better than the J7?

        • Bklynman

          I would,most of the reviews I have on Sam,midrange phone are so-so,most of the reviews on the Stlyo,phones has been great to good.

        • riverhorse

          Yeah, much better. In fact, i can’t think of a single J7 item or feature that is not better on or missing from the Stylo 4.
          Be warned, it’s much, much bigger though. You have to like / want BIG PHONES. And if you tend to stick it in your back pocket like a lot of folks seem to do, stick to a small phone instead.

        • Sayahh

          Would I have to use it for 40 uninterrupted days to unlock it?

        • riverhorse
        • Grandy Cuban

          It seems you need to add a line and/or switch to T-Mobile One.

        • krisstofer

          no add a line or porting needed for LG to get the deal
          it’s only for Samsung and iPhone. u just need to get LG G7 or V30 though for the first phone then the get 2nd free one any LG phone of your choice.

        • George Salcedo

          I’m pretty sure that deal is over already.

        • krisstofer

          it’s ongoing now at any tmo store. just started July 13

        • Sayahh

          Is Costco offering this deal?

        • krisstofer

          not sure on Costco. its open on all TMobile store

        • SirStephenH

          The BOGO deal is only for the V30 or G7. Two V30s or G7s for less than $30/month (total) would be far better than two Stylo 4s for $20/month (total) though in my opinion.

  • pda96

    This phone should have a 6xx chip instead.

    • theromfather

      Exactly what I was thinking

      • pda96

        Only because it has a pen. So I think a 6xx chip would make the overall “note” experience more enjoyable. Without a pen, a 4xx chip is sufficient.

  • NardVa

    Any Android phone getting released in 2018 should have 3GB of ram as a minimum.

    • riverhorse

      hmmm, 4 please….and 64 gb storage too.
      I personally need the next size up, 128(multiple users/accounts/work profiles + some backups of stuff on external), but certainly 32 is a nonstarter.
      With these better specs phone is not only faster & avoids freezes & reboots, but stays cooler & battery lasts longer + charges faster.

      Cellphones have turned into feast or famine, nothing truly middle of the road…and even the flagships don’t come with everything to justify their high prices.
      As opposed to computers, even if you have lots of money to spare, you can’t get everything you want in a cellphone.

      Except…………..if you are in ASIA…………………….Oppa Gangnam Style.

    • George Salcedo

      To be honest I was using my older Nexus 7 2013 model today and it still flies. Granted it’s pure Google but at 2 gigs of ram it’s still quite good.

      • SirStephenH

        Nexus devices have always held up better than others. Not even Pixels hold up as well as Nexuses have. Google did the world a huge disservice by retiring the Nexus brand.

        • Bklynman

          Mmmm,thought Nexus,Pixels were the same,just thought they retired the name came up with different one.

  • SirStephenH

    2GB of RAM? Ouch. It should be 3GB MINIMUM now and days.

    At least it has Android 8.1, not even LG’s high-end devices have 8.1.

  • Phil

    Currently using LG K20 Plus which is sweet simple dependable device that gets job done for 7.00 monthly.
    Compared to my previous GS7 , there was no major downside going K20 so I’m pretty happy with midtier move.

    As far a stylo 4 , I’m so tempted to upgrade but it doesn’t have removable battery like K20.
    Hmm @ crossroads

  • Aaron A.

    This phone isn’t eligible for Jump on Demand. I don’t know why. Went to the store and tried to order it over the phone but they can’t do it thru JOD(Jump on demand).

    • Joseph Bekin

      I know! it’s bullshit! The Stylo 3 was.