LG unveiled its brand new smartphone line called the Q Stylus—its take on the supersized smartphone complete with a stylus. It follows the path set forth by Samsung’s Galaxy Note line, but LG is marketing the Q Stylus in the midrange market, avoiding that head to head battle altogether.
Joining the LG’s already established Q7 midrange line-up, the Q Stylus will be available in three different options: a high-end model (Q Stylus Plus), a mid-range model (Q Stylus) and a low-end version (Q Stylus Alpha). The major differences for each is in the internal specifications, coming with available 1.5GHz octa-core and 1.8GHz octa-cate chips.
The Q7 Stylus Plus will pack 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage and the Q Stylus and Q Stylus Alpha will come with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of RAM, respectively. Another difference is the camera specs; the Q Stylus Plus and Q Stylus pack a 16MP main shooter and a 8MP front-facing camera, while the Q Stylus Alpha comes with a 13MP main shooter and 5MP front-facing camera.
Those are the differences, but there are many other specs the three available models will share, such as the 6.2-inch display with 18:9 aspect ratio, 3,300mAh battery, IP68 water and dust resistance, USB-C fast-charging and Android 8.1 Oreo.
All three Q Stylus models will be released in North America and Asia later this month, though LG did not share a specific release date nor pricing.