These are pretty early days for the device, as there is not much information available about the LG Stylo 7. However, newly-leaked renders do show design elements of the device.
Note that the LG Stylo 7 is the successor to the LG Stylo 6, that came out this year.
According to the leaked CAD-based renders, the LG Stylo 7 has an unusual rear panel. The front of the device seems to sport a near bezel-less design.
Moreover, there is a punch-hole at the front that houses the selfie camera. While the specifications of the device are still under wraps, these renders show a great deal about the handset.
The display on the device is flat, and is sized at 6.8 inches. Well, this is what the sources have revealed about the device. But it is the back of the device that has grabbed our attention.
The LG Stylo 7 CAD-based renders show vertically aligned quad cameras
As per these renders, the LG Stylo 7 will pack a vertically-aligned quad camera setup. A stylus will be included.
It will be interesting to see if LG packs some new features with its stylus, just like Samsung does with its Note series' stylus. We will have to wait for more information.
However, one thing is not clear, whether the phone will have a glass or plastic finish on the back. The fingerprint scanner is housed in the power button which is placed on the right side of the device.
On the left frame of the device, there is the usual SIM tray, volume rocker, and a dedicated Google Assistant button, at least that's our guess.
For the music lovers, the phone embeds the good-ol' 3.5mm headphone jack. For charging, there is a USB Type-C port and bottom-firing speakers. Stereo speakers are not available.
The dimensions of the device are 170.6mm x 77mm x 8.6mm, as per the source. Sadly, there is no information about the specifications, features, and other details of the LG Stylo 7.