LG introduced mid-ranger Stylus 2 Plus last year
. The phablet was unveiled with 5.7-inch Full HD display
and supports Stylus. The Qualcomm's Snapdragon 430 was powering the handset with 2/3GB RAM. The
2GB RAM variant internal storage was 16GB whereas the 3GB RAM variant had 32GB memory.
On the rear side, the camera snapper was 16MP
while the front facing camera is of 8MP.
A 3,000mAh battery cell is on board to keep its light on. As OS, the device was running on Android Marshmallow.
However, now it looks like LG decided to update their device with the latest Nougat.
LG device with model number K530 recently appeared on GeekBench. The model number is the global variant of Stylus 2 Plus. The device achieved 581 in the single-core test where on multi-core test the device managed to achieve 2,027 points. The main thing center of attraction is that device is running on Android Nougat 7.0.
Back in 2016, the company confirmed Stylus 2 Plus is in the list to achieve Nougat but the company didn't reveal any exact time plan.Now the device appeared with the Nougat on Benchmark, this indicates LG's testing is in its final stage and the company could release it anytime in next few weeks.
Recently when LG initially stated that they don't have any plans to update G4 and the V10 with the Nougat, the company faced enormous pressure from aforementioned devices owners that the company changed their plans and confirmed both the devices will be updated later in the second half of the year. One thing which is still in dark is whether the Stylus 2 Pro will also be updated at the same time or the company will update this device a little earlier.