LG is planning to introduce the successor of the LG Stylo 6 pretty soon. Dubbed as the LG Stylo 7, the device’s renders were leaked last year revealing some key information about the design aspect of the smartphone. In the latest development, the LG Stylo 7 has gained Bluetooth SIG certification. This is the first time we are seeing the Stylo 7 appearing on any certification website. So, without further delay, let’s check out more details about this ahead:
LG Stylo 7 Gets Bluetooth SIG Certified
The LG Stylo 7 carries the model number LG-Q201126. The Bluetooth certification reveals that the handset will support Bluetooth 5.1 connectivity option. The phone is even listed with two other model numbers – the LM-K735MM and LM-K735PM. The LG LMK735MM handset was spotted at FCC certification last month. The said model number might launch as the LG K73 2021. Moving on to the LG Stylo 7 details, the handset might feature a 6.8-inch display. The device may offer a punch-hole cutout for the selfie camera. The smartphone even might come in a 5G version as well which is expected to measure at around 170.4 x 77.2 x 8.8mm in terms of dimensions.
There will also be a 4G variant as well. However, one should expect it to boast almost similar specs sheet that will be present in the 5G model. The LG Stylo 7 will feature a fingerprint reader at the side and will even retain a 3.5mm audio jack. The phone is supposed to feature a triple camera setup. The camera configuration of these three sensors the device isn’t known currently. The device will accommodate the stylus inside, which will be placed at the bottom of the phone, next to the speaker, and a USB Type-C port.
As of now, we still don’t have any details regarding the launch of the LG Stylo 7. However, now that the phone has started appearing on a few certifications, its launch doesn’t seem to be that far away.
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