Samsung is about to bring some serious heat to the smartphone world once IFA kicks off next month, with the South Korean company expected to announce the next iteration of their popular Galaxy Note lineup. It looks like LG could have something to say about that themselves if the latest leaks are anything to go by.
An “LG G3 Stylus” has been leaked in an official online product video, giving us a look at a phone with an even bigger profile than the 5.5-inch LG G3. As its name implies, the device (pictured to the far right in the image above) is poised to come with a stylus for various needs, including multi-tasking, artwork or drawing special characters in languages where writing it is more natural than typing.
We don’t know much about the phone’s specs, but we don’t expect it to one-up the LG G3 as the Note often does the Galaxy S. It might not even live up to Galaxy S5 standards with murmurings suggesting it won’t get much more than qHD (960 x 540) resolution. Speculation isn’t quite that useful without any hard evidence, though, so we’ll just have to wait for more details to leak into the atmosphere before we see where exactly LG is headed with this thing.
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