It is that time of year when the worlds of the smartphone and IoT ecosystems descend into Barcelona for Mobile World Congress. We’re still a few days out (the show starts on Monday with press events happening during the weekend) but first out of the gate with some pre-show releases is LG, announcing the unveiling of a larger mid-range smartphone with a stylus. The LG Stylus 2 is the generation up from the G4 Stylus, with LG’s aim to take what it learns on its flagships and integrate the stylus functionality for a different user experience. As with the G4 and the G3 versions, this unit is designed to cater for a larger global market than some of the high end units, with features that...
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