A few days ago, we shared with you the unveiling of LG G3 Beat, a dumbed-down version of the LG G3. Now, new information coming from Cnet suggests that the LG G3 Stylus phablet is on the works, as the South Korean is looking to take on the Note 4 and other similarly sized smartphone from the market.
LG has published yesterday a promotional video that you can see below. Near the end of the video, we can clearly see the LG G3 Stylus name appearing near LG G3 Beat and the original LG G3. We don’t know if LG has done this on purpose or if it’s an internal mistake, but it’s almost sure that the LG G3 Stylus will soon join the flagship Quad HD G3 and its much smaller and less powerful sibling, the 4.7-inch G3 Beat.
Besides showing the pen, we don’t really get to see other specs or features for the upcoming LG G3 Stylus. Maybe, if this isn’t a visual illusion, it will have a slightly bigger screen size. And if it does indeed come with a bigger screen, it looks to have the exact size as the Galaxy Note 3 – 5.7 inch. Rumors have it that the upcoming Galaxy Note 4 will be revealed at IFA, and it’s said to maintain the same size. We’ll be there to report once that happens.
However, if recent hearsay is anything to go by, the LG Stylus could come with a qHD 960 x 540 screen, which would put it in competition with the Galaxy Note 3 Neo than the Note or 4. The upcoming Galaxy Note 4 device is expected soon with a 2,560 x 1,440 screen, so it’ll be really hard for LG to match that.
Go ahead and have a look at the video from below while it hasn’t been pulled down yet by LG.