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The LG Stylo 5 is just $170 ($130 off) right now at B&H Photo

The LG Stylo 5 is a budget alternative to Samsung's Note series of phones, featuring a passive stylus for drawing, tapping, and whatever else you can use a stylus for. The phone has gone on sale plenty of times before, but now it seems to be at an all-time-low price, at just $169.99.

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LG Stylo 5+ goes on sale at AT&T with upgraded front-facing camera

If you're on the lookout for a stylus-toting smartphone, the Galaxy Note series has traditionally been your only option. Unfortunately, these cost a pretty penny (except for the Note 3 Neo which Samsung sold for a hot minute), so customers on a budget were left out. LG has targetted the Note customer on a budget with the LG Stylo 5, and AT&T just announced its own variant, the Stylo 5+.

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Grab the Amazon-exclusive LG Stylo 5 for just $220 ($80 off)

The LG Stylo 5, the company's newest stylus-equipped smartphone, comes in several variants: carrier-specific, unlocked, and an Amazon-exclusive version with some preloaded Amazon apps. If you've been itching to try a stylus-equipped phone at a very reasonable price point, the Amazon variant is on sale for just $220, which is $80 below the regular price.

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Grab the LG Stylo 5 for just $230 ($70 off) from B&H Photo

The LG Stylo 5 is the latest iteration of LG's super-popular stylus-enabled phone. It was released a few months ago, but only recently has it been available carrier-unlocked. Now you can get the unlocked version for $229.99, which is much closer to what the carrier-locked variants are priced at ($200 from Cricket, $180 from Boost).

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The LG Stylo 5 is a passable Galaxy Note alternative if you're short on cash

The LG Stylo series has been a staple offering at prepaid carrier stores for years. The stylus-equipped Stylo 4 received fairly positive reviews when it was released last year, and now LG has followed it up with a sequel.

The Stylo 5 impressed me with its good design and amazing battery life, but it has the same faults as many of LG's other recent phones including a clunky software experience and no guarantee of future Android updates. Still, there's a lot to like for around $200.

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