Top 3 Smartphones With Stylus

By Ten L. , Updated Dec 14, 2016 09:31 AM EST
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The struggle is undeniably real for people who love stylus-integrated smartphones. It's pretty obvious that there isn't a lot of smartphones in the market that come with a stylus from the box. With the Note series being these people's saving grace, it's quite unfortunate that this year's Note 7 had to be discontinued. If you're one of these stylus-loving smartphone users, you might want to consider these options.

LG Stylus 2

Announced February 2016 and released June, the LG Stylus 2 is one of your top choices if you are looking for a stylus-based smartphone at this time. It is a big sized 5.7 inch smartphone with a decent set of specs and a very reasonable price. It might be midrange by nature but it is certainly not a bad deal. Note that the LG Stylus 2 is also equipped with all your necessary features like a microSD slot and a decent set of cameras. This phone has a 13 MP rear camera and an 8 MP front camera.

Samsung Galaxy Note 5

If you want a premium Android, the next best thing after the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is the Galaxy Note 5. It may be a last-season smartphone but it's the best that you can get for a premium phone with a stylus at this time of the year. It's also not that bad of a deal considering that it is also a flagship release. Coming in with a 5.7 inch screen and a superb display resolution, the Note 5 is one good option. Take note that this phone also has a good 16 MP rear camera and a modest 5 MP front camera.

Alcatel Hero 2

If you are willing to move a little while back to 2014 and if you can still find stocks, the Alcatel Hero 2 also comes with a stylus. For a 2014 release, this phone is actually quite impressive and can still line up with this year's midrange phones. It has a 6-inch display with a 1080 x 1920 pixel resolution and a decent 2 GB RAM. It's also equipped with a 13 MP rear camera and a 5 MP front camera.

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