- LG Stylo 7 CAD-based renders show off the phone’s unique design
- The device will sport a 6.8-inch punch-hole display and quad rear cameras
- LG Stylo 7 will come with stylus support and a side-mounted fingerprint scanner
LG Stylo 7 launch is expected in 2021 and there has been very little information about the phone as of now. However, 91mobiles now brings you exclusive CAD-based renders of the LG Stylo 7 through trusted sources. The renders show off the complete and unique design of the smartphone, giving us a good idea on what to expect. The upcoming LG Stylo 6-successor will come with an unusual rear panel, while the front of the phone will tout an edge-to-edge screen with a centred punch-hole cutout for the selfie camera. While the LG Stylo 7 specifications are largely a mystery, the images tell us a good deal about the handset.
As seen from the images, the smartphone will sport a flat screen, which our source claims will be 6.8-inch in size. Around the back, the LG Stylo 7 will have three distinct cutouts, including one for vertically-aligned quad cameras and one for the stylus. The stylus can be removed and inserted from the bottom of the frame. It remains unknown at the moment whether the phone will have a glass or plastic finish at the back.
The right spine of the phone will sport a fingerprint scanner for security, while the left edge will employ SIM tray, volume rocker, and a dedicated button – most likely for Google Assistant. The smartphone will have a dedicated 3.5mm headphone jack, USB Type-C port for charging, and bottom-firing speakers. Lastly, the LG Stylo 7 will measure 170.6mm x 77mm x 8.6 mm, according to our source.