LG has unveiled two new smartphones that it says offer premium features without the premium price, the LG G4c and LG G4 Stylus.
The G4c is a smaller version of the new flagship LG G4, so instead of a 5.5-inch Quad HD screen it has a 5-inch HD one.
Other key specs for the LG G4c are an 8MP rear camera and 5MP front one, which should make selfies look pretty sharp, 4G connectivity for fast mobile internet and a long-life battery. The new phone also includes some of the best features from the big LG G4, like Gesture Shot for easy photos, Knock Code for extra security and Glance View for quick notifications.
The LG G4 Stylus has all that handy LG software too, but it’s a very different phone. Its screen measures a sizeable 5.7-inches, making it bigger than the G4, and it can be controlled with the LG Rubberdium™ Stylus. That stylus is designed to make it easy to take notes and draw on the big screen.
The G4 Stylus has a 13MP camera on the back, which has the same laser autofocus system as the G4, and a 5MP one on the front, so will be really good for photos. It also has a big 3,000mAh battery so there shouldn’t be any problem staying charged up all day.
The LG G4c and LG G4 Stylus will be launched in the coming weeks, so keep an eye out for our reviews and more.