LG Stylo 5, the upcoming stylus-wielding phone from the LG lineup has surfaced in GCF directory. For those of you, who are unaware, GCF is a Europe-based global network certification body. The device with the code name LG L722DL certified on 31 May 2019 will soon hit markets as Stylo 5.
Further, the case renders of LG Stylo 5 has also hit the web, confirming the key design details. As per the case model, the phone’s rear sports a single camera coupled with an LED light. Right underneath the camera panel stays a circular capacitive fingerprint scanner. To the left, we see the volume rockers while the power button resides at the right.
The primary highlight will, of course, be its stylus. Apart from Samsung, LG is the only tier-1 brand that offers capacitive stylus. So, it could be a relevant secondary phone option for consumers who often need to sign documents on the move or value Stylus for any other reason.
The Stylo series caters to the mid-range segment. LG Stylo 4, which was its predecessor, had launched in June 2018 and carried a $250 price tag. It was powered by a Snapdragon 450 processor backed by just 2GB of RAM and 32GB storage (expandable up to 1TB). On the surface, Stylo 4 had Android 8.1 based LG’s UX skin. The same low-tier specs reflected in the cameras and the battery.
We are yet to receive more details of the specs and features of the new phone. Ergo, we would recommend not to hazard your hopes on the new phone. However, we will keep a tab on the device and you could expect more details here on the website.