LG has announced two mid-range variants of its flagship smartphone LG G4. Both new models, the LG G4c and LG G4 Stylus have adopted many features form leading flagship. Both devices are designed to provide a similar experience to company’s budget customers. After few earlier details we now have a little more info regarding both smartphones as markets get their first retail prices.
Although LG has not distracted its focus from the flagships but the launch of budget versions shows company’s deep concerns regarding its budget users. The market of mid and low range smartphones got a huge number of customers, that give a big chunk of revenue than the high end devices.
According to the recent price listings of both devices, the G4 Stylus which is the larger variant is set at €349 while the prices of smaller model, the G4c are set at €249. The price tags of both devices are quite impressive considering the impressive specifications they featured.
As for the LG G4 Stylus we already have an introduction to the LG G Stylus which has been out recently. The same pack of specs were also introduced in Korean and North American market after naming it the G Stylo. The G Stylo features a 5.7 inch display which is larger in size than the G4c, with 720 pixels resolution.
The G4 Stylus is also available in both 4G LTE and 3G connectivity options with quad-core CPU clocked at 1.2 GHz or octa-core CPU at 1.4 GHz respectively. Both versions offer same front facing camera but different main camera. The first one with LTE features a 13 megapixel camera while the later comes with just 8 MP camera.
As compared to the G4 Stylus, the G4c model is slightly smaller in size than the flagship it copies. It comes in 5 inch screen size with 720 pixels resolution. Along with these, it offers a quad-core CPU clocked at 1.2 GHz and the common one GB of RAM. The camera is also the lower 8 megapixels.