Update: The video in question has been pulled off YouTube by LG. But you can still see a screen-grab of the leaked smartphone in the space below.
Original Story: Among a pool of LG G3 variants that we’re witnessing day after day, a certain Stylus model which hasn’t been spoken about officially yet has been leaked by the company itself. A product movie for the newly launched G3 Beat is the perpetrator of this leak, as this video gives us our first glimpse at the upcoming phablet that’s set to act as stiff competition to the Samsung Galaxy Note 4.
As its name suggests, the device comes equipped with a stylus and a slot to house it in its body. However, there’s a slight departure from the LG G3 blueprint which has been spotted on this variant. As Android Central has pointed out, the G3 Stylus doesn’t seem to feature the laser autofocus technology of its parent device, if the video is clearly observed.
Moreover, it comes equipped with a single LED flash which means its camera attributes have been compromised a bit to make way for the capacitive pen. We can expect the display to be a high resolution one, since this phone will be in direct competition with the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 which apparently houses a 2K panel itself.
However, exact details about the resolution of the LG G3 Stylus aren’t at hand yet. Its panel definitely looks bigger than that of G3’s, so we’re guessing it will be around 6 inches in size.
We’re not sure when the LG G3 Stylus will be officially revealed by the South Korean company, but we’ll bring you all the latest information about it as soon as it’s available.