LG’s Stylo line has very effectively positioned itself as a more budget-friendly option, to Samsung’s Note family for a few years now. The key parallel between the two is the stylus, located in the phone’s shell. At this point, a successor to the Stylo 6 is actually a bit late, but earlier leaks have already shown that the Stylo 7 is on its way.
The LG Stylo 7 is going to look a lot like the OnePlus Nord, according to this leak posted on Voice. Instead of rounded corners, it’ll have a vertical rear camera module with only a boxy shape. Apparently, there are three cameras, but, sadly, at this point, it is unclear what those sensors may be.
In this new leak, along with some fundamental data, such as general dimensions, we get a much clearer look at the Stylo 7 in higher resolution images. Instead of the notch of its Stylo 6 predecessor, the phone will feature a 6.8-inch flat panel, with a punch hole for the selfie camera.
As per the source, these renders reflect the device’s 5G version, which will measure 170.4 x 77.2 x 8.8mm x 88mm (10mm including the camera bump). There will also be a 4G version, likely with minor physical differences. As well as a Type-C port and a 3.5mm audio jack, we can also quickly spot a side-mounted fingerprint reader.