MetroPCS expected to launch mid-range LG Stylo 4 with ‘FullVision’ screen next week

A US-only version of the recently unveiled international LG Q Stylus is apparently coming to MetroPCS soon with LG Stylo 4 branding.

Celebrate Cricket’s birthday by choosing from a long list of respectable $19 phones

The Samsung Galaxy Halo, LG Stylo 3, X charge and ZTE Blade X Max are just a few of the phones available at $19 a pop from Cricket for those who switch to the carrier for its upcoming birthday.

Cricket Black Friday deals includes some free phones

ZTE and LG phones are providing the bulk of the discounts for AT&T’s branded prepaid operation from now through November 26.

Calling PLUS on Sprint finally allows phones to use data while in calls

Sprint subscribers can user data while they’re making calls on LTE and Wi-Fi to look up maps and cloud drive files in their busy, bus lives… finally.

Cricket Wireless picks up LG Stylo 3 for sale starting May 19

If you can’t get a refurbished Galaxy Note 7 and think that the Note 5 is too old for your tastes, maybe the LG Stylo 3 will get you.

T-Mobile’s new LG Stylo 3 Plus only costs $225 with massive Full HD screen, ‘premium’ stylus

What makes the LG Stylo 3 Plus available exclusively at T-Mobile for $225 a “plus” device? 32GB internal storage and a sharp display, mainly.

Unlocked LG Stylo 3 at FCC, may get carriage at T-Mobile

It’s a mid-ranger smartphone with a stylus tucked neatly inside of it. And it’s been available at Virgin and Boost for the past while.

LG Stylo 3 targets productivity-focused Boost and Virgin Mobile subscribers at just $180

If you like pen-wielding phablets, but don’t want to spend a fortune on one, Sprint’s LG Stylo 3 is now available from Boost and Virgin Mobile.

LG K10, Stylo 3, and more at CES 2017 (Video)

LG brought a wide range of low-cost Android phones to CES 2017 instead of just one flagship model, with the Stylo 3 the most interesting of the bunch.

LG Stylus 3 and updated K series announced ahead of CES 2017

The LG Stylus 3 is the company’s most interesting non-flagship product headed for CES 2017, with a quartet of new K-series phones also unveiled early.