A new smartphone from the LG stable, namely the LG G Vista 2, will start rolling out soon in the market by AT&T. As the name suggests, the LG G Vista 2 will act as a successor to the last year’s LG G Vista, which was unveiled by Verizon and AT&T.
Coming to the Vista 2, its size remains the same as its predecessor’s, but there are obviously some new upgrades on the table. The display is a 5.7-inch 1080p unit and powering the phone is a an octa-core chipset, probably the Snapdragon 615. The LG G Vista 2 sports a 13MP rear shooter with manual mode and laser autofocus, while there’s a 5MP selfie camera at the front. There’s a new stylus pen as well, and a 1 W speaker takes care of the sound. Memory specifications include 2 GB RAM and 16GB internal expandable storage. It seems like the phone will run Android Lollipop out of the box, but it is highly likely that a Marshmallow update will be rolled out soon.
There’s no word about the price of the LG G Vista 2, and neither has AT&T announced the release date of the phone. Though you can have a look at the official promo of the Vista 2, which suggests that the phone will not burn a big hole in your wallet.