LG seems to have accidentally shown off a new mega-phablet with stylus at the end of a new advert. Here’s what we know about the LG G3 Stylus…
LG appears to have pulled an advert for the new LG G3 Beat, and the reason is most likely the shot below. If you cast your eyes right, you’ll see a hitherto unrevealed smartphone called the LG G3 Stylus, which unsurprisingly appears to be a massive phablet with a stylus pen attachment.
If the LG G3 Stylus launches in the next month, it’ll be well placed to take on the Samsung Galaxy Note 4, which is primed for a September 3rd reveal at IFA 2014. And considering how awesome the LG G3 is, we’re dripping with anticipation at the chance to wield a stylusy phablety version.
So far, rumours point to a 5.9-inch device powered by a Snapdragon 805 processor – which makes us wonder if LG will go a step further than the G3’s super-crisp ‘Quad HD‘ screen and chuck full 4K into the LG G3 Stylus. At the very least, the G3 Stylus should be a capable multi-tasker, with LG’s Q-Slide functionality on board.
That said, the G3 Stylus apparently lacks that super-fast laser-guided auto-focus found on the G3, so there’s a chance the camera will be knocked down a notch.