Despite focusing more on the North American market, new information confirms that LG will continue to bet on its “Stylo” line, designed to present itself as a more affordable alternative to the Samsung Galaxy Note. Thanks to CAD renders shared by the 91Mobiles website, we already know many details about the design of the new model.
The LG Stylo 7 will be presented only in 2021, arriving as a cheap alternative to the Samsung Galaxy Note 21. While information about its specifications is still lacking, this image confirms several interesting details about its design.
LG Stylo 7 will have a much more interesting design than its predecessor
The image published by 91Mobiles leaves us very excited with the arrival of the LG Stylo 7, as it presents a much more updated design than its predecessor.
As we can see in the image, it will arrive with a total of 4 cameras on the rear panel, being oriented vertically in the upper left corner. Below the photographic module, this is where the smartphone’s digital pen will be stored. It is not possible to guarantee yet with certainty, but it seems that with this approach, LG will be able to considerably minimize the protrusion of the photographic module.
In the front area of the smartphone there are also pleasant news, such as the punch hole positioned in the center, which replaces a large “U” shaped notch. Although it has a considerably larger bottom margin than the rest, it seems that Stylos 7 will arrive with a flat screen, which should please many users.
The source that provided the image, revealed that the LG Stylos 7 will have a 6.8 “inch screen, confirming that it will be a smartphone with considerable dimensions.
Finally, returning to the rear panel, it is with good eyes that we see the fingerprint reader disappear. This happens to be present on the side of the smartphone, indicating that the LG Stylos 7 should arrive with an LCD panel.
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