LG announces new phablet, will debut at IFA

LG has officially announced the LG G3 Stylus, a pen-enabled phablet based on the LG G3. Despite sharing DNA with the G3, the G3 Stylus is a much more modest device. 4G connectivity has been scratched, the processor has been downgraded to a 1.3 Ghz quad-core and the RAM count is just one lonely gigabyte.

By Alex Choros

LG has officially announced the LG G3 Stylus, a pen-enabled phablet based on the LG G3. Despite sharing DNA with the G3, the G3 Stylus is a much more modest device. 4G connectivity has been scratched, the processor has been downgraded to a 1.3 Ghz quad-core and the RAM count is just one lonely gigabyte.

The biggest change is the G3 Stylus' screen resolution. While we absolutely loved the display on the G3, the G3 Stylus' 5.5-inch will operate at just 960 x 540 pixel – a far cry from its brother's 2560 x 1440 pixel screen.

The G3 Stylus will debut at IFA Berlin, and begin its rollout with Brazil in September. Pricing has yet to be confirmed.

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