LG K71 presented: Large display with stylus support
LG today presented a new smartphone in South America, the K71, whose 6.8-inch display also supports input using the stylus. Otherwise, it is a pretty ordinary mid-range smartphone.
If you are looking for a cheap smartphone with stylus support, you could soon find it at the South Korean manufacturer LG. With the K71, the company presented a new model with an integrated pen in South America and the Caribbean. Unfortunately, it is not yet clear how much the device will cost and whether the smartphone will also be available in Germany.
With the K71 you get a 6.8-inch display that has FHD + resolution and a waterdrop notch in the middle. As already mentioned above, the panel supports input with the included stylus, which can be stowed in the case for everyday use. The selfie camera has a resolution of 32 MP, while a triple camera setup is hidden on the back, in which the main sensor has a resolution of 48 MP. Both the wide-angle camera and the depth sensor get by with 5 MP each. The fingerprint scanner is also located on the back under the camera setup.
Inside, the manufacturer relies on the Helio P35 from MediaTek as the processor, which is supported by 4 GB of RAM and 128 GB of internal storage. The battery has a capacity of 4000mAh and is charged via USB Type C. This should give the K71 good runtimes, which probably cannot stand out from the competition, since batteries with 4000 or 5000mAh have meanwhile become the standard in the middle class.
In summary, the LG K71 is a fairly ordinary smartphone that can only set itself apart from the competition with its large 6.7-inch display and stylus support. It remains to be seen whether this is enough to ensure high sales figures in the hotly contested market.