LG mothballed its smartphone trade, but if that took place a number of new fashions had been in numerous levels of building. The LG Velvet 2 Professional used to be it seems that shut sufficient to being able that LG had a couple of thousand devices produced, which it bought to workers. A few weeks in the past main points at the telephone surfaced – an S888-powered flagship with a keyless design. Now, a couple of extra fashions have cropped up.
One among them is the LG Stylo 7, what would were the 2021 access in LG’s mid-range stylus-packing lineup. This one would have had a Snapdragon 662 chipset – no longer precisely thrilling, however nonetheless a large improve over the Helio P35 that the Stylo 6 featured. The 4 GB of RAM is some other improve over the prevailing style, which has 3 GB.
Display screen answer would have remained at 1,080 x 2,460 px (20.5:9) and given the pixel density, the display screen diagonal would most likely were the similar too, a beneficiant 6.8 inches. One trade noticeable within the telephone render is that the selfie digicam is in a punch hollow as an alternative of a notch.
We noticed renders of the Stylo 7 way back to remaining 12 months, which additionally confirmed a USB-C port, 3.5 mm headphone jack and a side-mounted fingerprint reader. There used to be it seems that a 5G model within the works too, which might have necessitated a special chipset (which one we don’t know).
Subsequent up are two entries within the reasonably priced Ok-series, the LG K33 and LG K35. Each are powered by means of the Helio P35 (MT6765) and feature 3 GB of RAM. The plans for each come with 720p+ presentations (20:9), even though the K35 is reasonably fancier with a punch hollow selfie digicam as an alternative of a notched one. The display screen diagonal would most likely have matched that of the K31 at 5.7”.
It’s no longer transparent if the LG Stylo 7 or the 2 Ok-phones ever entered manufacturing. It’s fairly transparent, on the other hand, that they’re going to by no means seem on retailer cabinets.