LG just announced a new smartphone that will feature DAB+ digital radio support. The Stylus 2 ?will supposedly be the world?s first smartphone with a DAB+ chipset that will provide all your favorite broadcasts, according to Android Central.
LG Stylus 2 with DAB+ digital radio support
LG Stylus 2 was first introduced at Radiodays Europe 2016 in Paris, considered to be the world?s largest radio conference. The DAB+ chipset will allow users to listen to music for free without using data.
The new Stylus 2 will feature a large 5.7-inch screen, a 1 watt speaker and 3,000mAh removable battery. The Register shared that it will run on Android Marshmallow installed with a quad-core CPU at 1.2GHz. The Stylus 2 will also have 16GB of storage and a microSD slot for your everyday smartphone needs.
?We are taking a proactive approach towards the fast-paced technological shift to digital broadcasting with DAB+ to deliver a new paradigm of experiences through the smartphone,? president and CEO of LG Electronics Mobile Communications Company said in a statement.
DAB+ will supposedly replace traditional FM analog radio and is available up to 500 million people in 40 countries.
LG has partnered with the International DMB Advancement Group (IDAG) and help integrate the incredible DAB+ in its latest Stylus 2. ?We are proud to help introduce a game-changing smartphone with an innovative company like LG. The combination of broadcasting and the internet opens up a vast array of possibilities for the future,? president of IDAG Gunnar Garfors said in a statement.
LG Stylus 2, which has launched in Australia, Belgium, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, and the United Kingdom, will soon be changing the way we listen to music in smartphones. Be the first to try the world?s first device to feature DAB+ in your country.
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