Show 7 Leaked Renders Triple Rear Cameras in LG Style, Hole-Punch Cutout


Tipster shared that the LG Stylo 7 will be the next smartphone in the company’s style series and renders for the phone are now known. The phone will follow the LG Stylo 6, which was launched in May this year, and the renders will show some design changes compared to the Stylo 6. Punch cutout for selfie camera and quad rear camera setup. However, the new high-quality renders show a different rear camera setup.

LG Samsung has put the series in its style as an alternative to the Galaxy Note line, the general theme is to support the stylus that enters the body of the phone. The LG Style6 Is Enabled Back in May and now the company looks to be working on the LG Style 7, which has once again leaked in render form. Steve Heimerstofer aka OnlineLeaks Shared Rumor has it that high-quality renders of the phone by voice and they show relatively thick bezels on the phone with a more thick beard. At this point, LG seems to have gone with a hole-punch cutout design for a selfie camera in place of the stripe.

On the back, there is a vertically aligned trio of camera sensors after the flash, all housed in a thin rectangular module. This is contrary to the allegations CAD renders The LG Style 7 leaked last month, which showed the quad rear camera setup. Hemerstofer said LG will launch both the 4G and the 5G version of the LG Stylo 7. The phone in the new renders is said to be a 5G variant.

In terms of specifications, the phone will have a 6.8-inch display and measure 170.4×77.2×8.8mm, with a rear camera bump up to 10mm thick. The renders hold a fingerprint scanner on the side and a 7 3.5mm headphone jack on the LG style. The included stylus is housed inside the phone, right next to the speaker grille and USB Type-C port. The volume buttons appear on the left side of the phone.

Currently, LG has not shared any information on the specifications of the LG Stylo 7 and its release date or price is not yet available.

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