The LG Stylo 7 5G could make it appear in the market in early 2021, according to the tipster. For a few years now, LG’s Stylo line has very effectively positioned itself as a more budget-friendly alternative to Samsung’s Note family. It, therefore, appears that the LG Stylo 6, which became official in November, would be replaced by the successor Stylo 7’s 4G and 5G editions.
Specification of LG Stylo 7 5G
As we don’t know much about the phone yet but analysing the recent high resolution leaked image by OnLeak,
- the LG Stylo 7 5G will have a 6.8-inch flat display with a punch-hole selfie camera in front. Instead of the tear down notch display in the LG Stylo 6.
- The LG Stylo 7 renders reflect that the 5G version of the device apparently measures 170.4 x 77.2 x 8.8 mm and 10 mm increase in thickness at the camera bump. However, there will be a 4G version of this device with some minimal physical distinction.
As of now, we don’t have any information about the internal specification of LG Stylo 5G. But as of the name suggests it will come with a 5G capable chipset. Earlier leaks indicated that the device would have a single punch hole camera in front and 3 rear shooters, contracting the quad-camera formation.
- However, the camera setup of LG Stylo 7 5G is still a mystery for us.
The render shows the change in fingerprint reader’s position from the back of the phone to the right side within the power lock/unlock button along with our favourite 3.5 mm headphone jack as well as Type C port. Hope LG don’t eliminate giving power bricks with in the box like other brands are doing.
Price and Launch Date of Stylo 7
It’s hard to tell when LG will launch Stylo 7 5G and LTE variant but rumours indicating the launch in the early months of 2021.
The price between the LG Style 5G and 4G version will be slightly up and down. The price could be around 22-28 thousand as it is look a whole lot like the Oneplus budget mid-ranger Oneplus Nord.
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