In 2014, LG introduced the G Vista, and frankly, you’d be forgiven if you had forgotten it. Even with the massive screen (which was exceptionally large at the time and before the wave of the 5.5-inch phablet screen), it had pathetically low resolution and an even more pathetic processor.
LG has now revealed its successor, the G Vista 2, and I think we’re likely to be a lot more impressed.
LG has now revealed its successor, though, and I think we’re likely to be a lot more impressed.
Designed to look like the LG G4, it has a checked back effect and is slightly curved. The new LG G Vista 2 features a 5.7-inch screen with a 1,080 x 1,920 pixel resolution, whereas last year’s model was only 720 x 1,080.
Under the hood, it’s packing an octa-core processor (unconfirmed but most likely the Snapdragon 615, which is a huge upgrade from the original’s Snapdragon 400), alongside 2GB of RAM and 16GB of expandable internal storage.
For a bonus favorite, it comes with a stylus.
On the camera front, it packs 13 megapixels in the rear and 5 megapixels in the front.
For a bonus favorite, it comes with a stylus. Obviously, it runs Android 5.0 Lollipop. Tons of software upgrades are included as well, including QSlide, Knock Code, Knock on, and Quick Memo.
AT&T, who announced the phone and is exclusively partnered with LG for the handset, has not yet revealed the price but insists that it is “revolutionary”. It’s still unconfirmed as to when it ships out as well.
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