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Triller, the AI-powered music video “social streaming”™ platform, announced, “Step Up to the Mic” powered by Boost Mobile™, a nationwide digital elimination-style talent search competition. The contest is open to the public and serves as a platform for anyone to catch their big break and begin their journey with support from Triller, Boost Mobile, and prominent artists Starrah, Murda Beatz, Quavo, and Takeoff. One talented artist will win a record label and management deal, record an original song written by prominent songwriter Starrah and produced by Murda Beatz, shoot a professional music video, and much more. Talent submissions will be accepted May 8–29, 2020, followed by a fan and judge voting. The grand prize winner will be announced on August 3, 2020.



I've just taken some time out to talk about my first two weeks with the Stylo 3, it's my first LG phone since he original Stylo I had as a daily driver a few years ago.







Product Overview

I Have been playing with this phone for more than a week and now I can safely and respectfully give a decent review on it. Straight out the box the phone is a simple, nice looking LG product we've known to love. The phone features a 5.0” Touch screen that seamlessly runs Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow OS. it has a decent 8 Megapixel rear camera and a 5 MP front facing camera for your snapchat/selfie needs. It has a 2,100mAh battery that does the phone well and can surprisingly last a really long time. For core hardware it runs a Qualcomm snapdragon 210 quad core processor clocked at 1.3GHz and a 16GB ROM/1.5GB RAM which does a really good job and is really fair for the price

Daily Phone Needs

Using the phone for your daily needs the phone is thin and lightweight, so obviously having the thing in your pocket is not a problem. It makes HD calls and texting is just as any phone should be, the speaker on the back does just fine for calls as well as music and videos. it can only run videos 720p HD but you really can’t tell the resolution change in games or other apps, the phone's screen has vibrant colors and really does a good job recognizing a finger touch over just being in your pocket.


If you're anything like me or the rest of the young people in the world you want to know how well this thing can play games, or apps., well I'm here to tell you that you won't be disappointed. I truly love to play games on my phone and the LG Tribute HD definitely did the job. I have unlimited data but I tend to use wifi only and it downloads very quickly depending on your download speeds.  If you don’t have Unlimited, just keep in mind downloading them will eat up your data on a metered plan. I was able to run some high capacity software-straining games on this phone just fine with high resolution and a very responsive screen. I played things from Dragonvale to Tap Piano, Temple Run, even the Lego games.  Even GTA with high resolution ran just fine, no problems, even having the games running in the background while I surf Facebook or look up how to get that darn Lego mini kit on YouTube, it ran everything without any crashing or lag. I can say I am truly happy with my experience with this phone.

** I a Boost customer, not an employee. I have not been paid or compensated in any way by Boost Mobile. My opinions are my own**