We don’t have pricing yet, but it will probably be cheaper.
The LG seems to be taking the competition a little more seriously with a more powerful phablet to take on the rumored imminently upcoming , albeit still with lesser power.launched last August was a cheap, far less-capable phablet alternative for people who couldn’t afford the Galaxy .
We don’t know yet what the Stylus Q7 models, which are larger and handwriting-capable variations of theannounced in mid-May, will cost when they launch in North America and Asia this month, or the subsequent launches in more regions some time between July and September.
- Chip: 1.5 GHz Octa-Core or 1.8 GHz Octa-Core (more specifics unavailable)
- Display: 6.2-inch 2,160×1,080 18:9 LCD display (389 ppi)
- RAM: 3GB (for Stylus Q7 and Stylus Q7 Alpha), 4GB (for Stylus Q7 Plus)
- Storage: 32GB (for Stylus Q7 and Stylus Q7 Alpha), 64GB (for Stylus Q7 Plus)
- Rear camera: 13MP with PDAF (Stylus Q7), 16MP with PDAF (Stylus Q7 Alpha and Stylus Q7 Plus)
- Front camera: 5MP (Stylus Q7 Alpha), 8MP (Stylus Q7 and Stylus Q7 Plus)
- OS: Android 8.1 Oreo
- Dimensions: 160x78x8.4mm
- Weight: 172g
- Charger: USB-C, fast charging
- Battery: 3,300 mAh
- Fingerprint scanner on back
- QLens AI in camera (select countries only)
- DTS:X 3D surround
- MIL-STD 810G compliant, IP68 water and dust resistant
- Colors: Aurora Black (all three), Moroccan Blue (Stylus Q and Stylus Q Plus), Lavender Violet (Stylus Q Plus)
While they’re the same size as the Note 8 and 9, they use a less powerful processor, basic stylus without pressure support and have single cameras. Nor does LG specify what the display technology is, but it’s unlikely to be OLED.