Back in May, LG unveiled the Stylo 6 with stylus pen support, a mid-range smartphone in the US. Now, it seems like the company is working to launch a successor of this phone that will be called LG Stylo 7. A fresh report from 91Mobiles reveals CAD-based renders and some key details too.
The renders show a punch-hole cutout on the front panel to house the selfie camera. The report mentions that the display measures 6.8-inch diagonally. Bezels at the bottom appear to be more thicker than at the top.
Moving to the rear side, it looks like the back panel is divided into two sections. The first one houses a camera setup and a stylus whereas the second one is clean and will have the company’s branding. The camera setup includes a total of 4 camera sensors and the last one is an LED flash. A fingerprint scanner is integrated with the power button which is present on the right side.
The left side of the phone features volume rockers, a sim tray, and a dedicated button likely for the assistant features. At the bottom portion, we see the microphone, an USB Type-C port, a 3.5mm headphone jack, a speaker cutout, and a stylus housing. As of now, there is no word from the company regarding the launch of LG Stylo 7.