LG G3 Stylus: Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Rival Teased in Official Promo Video

By Anuj

    Samsung Galaxy Note 4, which is scheduled to get launch on September 3 at IFA 2014, could see a fierce competition on the phablet market. The company's arch rival - LG electronics, today officially teases the upcoming LG G3 Stylus.

    Although nothing has been revealed about the G3 Stylus - but its appearance in an official video published by LG, appears to be a part of strategy to divert users from the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 4.

     

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    LG G3 Stylus: Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Rival Teased Ahead of Launch

    The LG G3 is a great phone with a 2K resolution display and awesome hardware but it doesn't come with a working stylus. If LG announces the G3 stylus in the coming days, to some extent, the company could stop users not to invest their cash into the Galaxy Note 4, a forthcoming premium that might feature more advance stylus, and hardware too.

    LG G3 Stylus Spotted in Official Video 

    It appears that LG is prepping to spoil Samsung's party with its own stylus-equipped handset, dubbed as LG G3 Stylus. The supposed device features the built-in stylus, which docks into the device like Samsung's S Pen. Notably, the device may feature a single LED Flash and missing laser autofocus. Furthermore, the stylus itself looks like a basic capacitive pen. 

    Once again there's no update as to when LG will launch the G3 Stylus device. However, it should be noted that since the Galaxy Note 4 is expected to get unveil next month, better expect the LG to follow the same tradition with a sudden announcement.

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