LG Stylus (LG Leopard) Spotted Again In New Render

While most of the LG talk at the moment is around the LG G4 and the surprising big leak which occurred a couple of days ago, it is worth remembering that another LG device has been quite widely rumored and speculated upon. This is the LG Stylus device, also going by the 'LG Note' tag as well as LG G4 Stylus. Although the device has yet to be announced, there have been a number of leaked images. In fact, a couple of days ago we published an image (shown below) which was provided to us along with some details on what is to be expected from the device.

Contrary to the previous rumors that this is a premium or LG G4 variant, our source revealed that this is a mid-range device and goes by the codename "LG Leopard". As such, this was stated to be coming in at around the $300 marker. As well as providing the image we released a couple of days ago, the source also confirmed that the image which was circulated a couple of weeks back was indeed the same device with a much more budget looking stylus, then what is seen on the likes of the Samsung Galaxy Note range of devices.

Well, it looks like another image of the device has now popped up online. While our image showed the device from the back, this new render (shown above) shows the LG Stylus from the front. The image which was provided to Techno Buffalo (source link below) shows that the volume and power buttons on the device will be on the back. Which does seem to correlate with our image, which also seemed to show rear positioned buttons located underneath the camera. Returning to our earlier source, the only other known details is that the device comes with a 5.8 inch display and is likely to contain a Qualcomm Snapdragon 610 processor. The source also confirmed that the model number for the device will be 'LG H631', which had been previously rumored. At the moment, there are no details as to when the LG Stylus (or LG Leopard) will be unveiled.

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