I have been using the LG Q Stylus for more than six months, and frankly, I like this phone – especially the stylus for which I bought it.
I thought I could draw and take notes using the stylus, but I find myself using the stylus to type long sentences on the cramped Android keyboard.
So I end up using the stylus multiple times a day – I am now so used to taking the stylus out of the stylus holder and using it to type. I also use it to open and control apps. I also use my finger for shorter sessions, but I love using my stylus.
Compared with expensive Samsung phone that features (a better) stylus, this LG stylus is great value for money. I wonder why other phones don’t come with such a useful accessory. I used to love the stylus in my old HTC P330 phone as well – to control the then Windows 6 phone I was using!
Here are the other Advantages of LG Q Stylus/Stylus Plus I found based on my experience –
- Good Selfie Camera
- Large Screen, good quality display
- Fast Operation
- Decent audio volume
- Screen Doesn’t crack/break when dropped, and I’ve dropped it multiple times
- Cheapest (and one of the few) branded phones with Stylus
- This phone reminds me if I don’t insert the pen into the stylus holder in the phone after sometime
Limitations (Based on my experience) –
- Rear (main) Camera is poor – especially in low light
- Price keeps varying
- Audio quality could have been better
- Difficult to draw or take notes using the stylus – its intended use
At the time of writing this article, the phone is still available to buy both on Amazon and Flipkart. If you like using a stylus pen, and you don’t want to spend a lot of money to buy the insanely expensive high-end Samsung Note phones (incl. the ‘Lite’ version), go ahead and buy the LG Q Stylus or Stylus+. There are no major complaints from a six-month+ user (me) except the quality of photos in the rear camera.
Here is the Company’s Ad for this Phone: