Compared to most other smartphone giants, LG has remain relatively low profile for the past few months and there aren’t many rumors or leaks pertaining to the Korean smartphone maker as well.
However, it seems like LG has been quietly working hard behind the scene for the past few months to perfect their upcoming LG Stylo 5 mid-ranger handset. As its name suggest, the LG Stylo 5 will be the successor to the Stylo 4 which was announced back in June last year.
In terms of its overall design, it is pretty obvious that there isn’t much changes carried out on the device as it shares a pretty similar outlook as its predecessor aside from the slight adjustments done to the location of its camera modules and the design of its main snapper. To our disappointment, both its top and bottom bezels still remain bulky.
One of the most obvious difference will perhaps be its redesigned single-camera module located on its rear chassis which looks much more elegant compared to last year’s Stylo 4. Other than that, we can’t really spot any other visible differences.
It’s good to know that the LG Stylo 5 had already been listed on the Global Certification website which hints that the device may soon be making its global debut.