The phablet and budget version is touted to offer a premium experience without charging a premium price.
LG just launched its flagship G4 smartphone yesterday and now it has revealed a couple of new iterations that will cater to two different audiences.
Firstly, we have got ‘G4 Stylus’ which is a 5.7 inch phablet. With phablet market growing with each passing day, it was a no-brainer for LG to dive in as well.
Second new phone unveiled is called G4c and it comes with a 5.0 inch screen for the people that don’t want big smartphones in their pockets.
In terms of design, both of these new iterations are quite similar to the original G4. And when it comes to specifications, both G4 Stylus and G4c come packed with a 1.2 GHz quad-core processor and LTE support. A 3G variant of the former will also be available with a 1.4 GHz octa-core chipset.
However, those of you looking for a great camera will have to settle with G4 because the rear camera in G4 Stylus may be 13 megapixels, but it drops to 8 megapixels in the 3G version, the same as offered by the budget version. The secondary camera in both the phones has also been toned to 5 megapixels.
The difference in battery was bound to be present as G4 Stylus has a larger screen that needs more power. Knowing that, LG has included 3000mAh battery in it. On the other hand, G4c comes with a 2540mAh battery.
Both of these new phones have just been revealed so there’s no word on their pricing, but we will keep you updated as we find out more.
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