In order to expand the G4 lineup LG added today two more devices to its list of offerings – the LG G Stylus and LG G4c. Both smartphones were created to deliver a more affordable alternative to the LG’s recent top-notch flagship targeting at budget-conscious consumers. The LG G Stylus is a phablet featuring a large screen and stylus pen for precise note-taking, whereas the LG G4c comes with more compact form factor.
Of all LG phones, the G series is what causes the most excitement. The latest addition to the lineup, the G4, is scheduled to go official on April 28th; however, it looks like it won’t be the only device that the Korean company is planning to announce in the weeks to come. A certain device carrying model number LG LS770 passed the FCC and it looks like it could be LG’s new phablet with stylus support.
Screen resolution is one of the first things more demanding users check right away when they look for a new smartphone today. Obviously manufacturers are aware of that and are constantly trying to impress potential buyers by increasing resolution of their devices. Last year LG shocked the world by putting a 2K display in their flagship LG G3. This year the company aims even higher. According to the latest reports, the LG G4 may feature a 3K display. But that’s not all for today – it looks like the LG G4 Stylus is in the works too.