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LG Stylo 4 specs leak shows 6.2-inch display and AI-powered camera

11 June 2018 2

It was about two months ago when we first heard about the possibility of LG Stylo 4's existence. The report was based on a front panel render of the phablet which revealed nothing else except for the 18:9 aspect ratio design. But the long wait is finally over as the alleged LG phablet has now appeared in a new leak revealing specifications and features which are similar to the recently unveiled LG Q Stylus series.

The new leak shows an LG Stylo 4 promotional poster which seems to be in collaboration with Metro PCS. It lists that the phablet sports a 6.2-inch TFT "FullVision" display which simply means display with 18:9 aspect ratio. There is an undisclosed octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor clocked at 1.8GHz and coupled with 2GB of RAM. There is 32GB of internal storage out of which 20.94GB will be available to the user.

In the camera department, there is a 13-megapixel shooter with Instant Focus. It features a 5-megapixel selfie camera with a wide-angle lens so that users can have better group selfies. There is support for Portrait mode, Fast-moving Capture mode to click fast-moving subjects, and Q Lens AI capabilities. This AI feature will allow users to point the camera at any object, click a photo, and get relevant information about it.


The whole package is powered by a 3300mAh battery and will run Android 8.1 Oreo out of the box. There is "improved" stylus support which is an integral part of the LG Stylo series. It even features DTS:X 3D sound support for a premium audio experience. The poster also has a link to the product page but it is currently down. There are no words on the pricing or availability yet but we should hear about them sooner than later.


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