We’ve already caught wind of a new LG smartphone named the “LG Stylus,” and now we’re here with a clear look at the smartphone.
The LS770 was first spotted in early March when it was approved by the FCC. At that point, we learned that it sports a 5.8-inch display and a large 3,000mAh battery. It has most recently been followed by leaks of the “G Note,” which is codenamed Leopard, and will pack a Snapdragon 610 processor. Our source believes this is the same phone as the “G Note” but is now being called the LG Stylus.
As you’ll note in the image above, LG appears to be keeping the volume and power buttons on the back of the phone, instead of on the sides where there are no visible buttons.
We don’t know when the new Stylus will launch, though it will follow last year’s G3 Stylus, which was introduced in August, so it’s possible this will launch a few months after the G4 is introduced later this month. We’ll let you know if we hear more; a few earlier leaks are in the gallery below to tide you over.