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Default LG's Stylus 2 is the first phone to support DAB+ radio

Despite the increase in streaming, smartphone makers have still seen it fit to include FM radio support in their devices, especially in emerging markets. The main reasons for this are that it saves data and it doesn't eat into battery life nearly as...

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