In a world of samey smartphones, LG’s handset stands out. Its 5.7-inch mid-range handset is the first to feature built-in digital radio access, and it adds a stylus as if to underline its unique offering. Tuning into DAB+ broadcasts is simple — just open the app, plug in the supplied headphones, and scan for stations. Music quality is crisp, though users should be aware it’s not always available. Reception is limited indoors and in regional areas. The stylus is more successful, if not as reliable as some, and users get a 3000mAh removable battery, an adequate 13megapixel camera, and a 5.7-inch screen befitting its price.
$449 / HARVEYNORMAN. COM.AU