In a first, LG has unveiled three smartphones under a new LG Q Stylus series, called Q Stylus, Q Stylus Alpha and Q Stylus Plus. Clearly enough, the three new smartphones feature a number of common features one of which is a Stylus. While there is not much information about the specific features of the stylus itself, we think it might compete with Samsung’s Note series in one way or the other.
LG Q Stylus Series – Specs and Features
Besides the Stylus, the other features that the three phones share are an octa-core processor (yet unknown exactly which one) clocked around 1.5 GHz or 1.8 GHz and a 6.2-inch display which delivers Full HD+ resolution (1080p x 2160p). Furthermore, all three also come with the Android Oreo 8.1 out of the box.
From here on though, things become a bit different. The LG Q Stylus and the LG Q Stylus Alpha get 3 GB of RAM along with 32 GB of internal storage. On the other hand, the LG Q Stylus Plus gets 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of storage.
Coming to the camera, the Q Stylus and the Q Stylus+ get a single-lens 16 MP camera at the back along with an 8 MP (or a 5 MP) camera at the front. The Q Stylus Alpha is equipped with a 13 MP sensor at the back while the front does away with a 5 MP unit.
Other interesting, but common, features include QLens, DTS X 3D surround sound, a fingerprint sensor at the back and 3300 mAh battery. The IP68 water resistance is also there but it is only in the LG Q Stylus and LG Q Stylus Plus (not in the LG Q Stylus Alpha).
According to LG, these smartphones will be launched in a phased manner starting from this month in North America and Asia and then in other markets in the 3rd quarter of 2018.
Keep watching this space for information on this as well as on other upcoming smartphones in 2018.