I will start by saying, the Stylo 3 is definitely geared towards a professional or a student as many of it's options and apps pull you to using the stylus and this makes perfect sense, heck it's in the name of the handset. This is all to say, some phones have an evolutionary directive in line with business and presentations, assignments,etc. and others have a course plotted to entertainment. With implements such as PowerPoint and two apps open at one time the Stylo 3 is obviously a great tool for writing and or copying papers and sending them to professors or bosses prospective employers and the like. At the same time with my last daily driver being the luxuriously large Warp Elite I can't help but notice differences like higher volume with the ZTE Warp Elite and also built in Dolby digital. That handset was obviously built for entertainment and "showiness" I know, I know it's not a word but it was fun to use it. Back to the matter at hand or handset. The Stylo 3 in keeping with the Stylo series is also very thin and thusly suited to be "suited", in other words this is going to fit very nicely into your suit pocket with little to no notice unlike a model with a heavier build quality like a Galaxy note or ZTE Warp Elite I will maintain opinion that the Stylo 3 does feel like like a device more at home in a board room than in at a pretty on shelf streaming music. But alas Boosters this is my first look and I am still getting used to and discovering all the features on the Stylo 3 because the folks at LG really packed em in. I will post more as I become more acclimated with the device. Please let me know if you have any questions or tips and we can trade off, cool? This is Cubeboy (just a square) signing out, later.