LG Mobiles could be launching yet another mobile in the Q7 series as LG Q7 Stylus+ clears NCC certification in Taiwan. Among the Q7 Series, we already have LG Q7, Q7a and LG Q7+ unveiled earlier this month.
Just like FCC in US and TENAA in China, OEMs are required to pass the NCC certification in order to sale smartphone in Taiwan.
Earlier this month a new LG phone with model number LGE LM-Q710 visited the GeekBench database with a Mediatek MT6750/MT6755 Octa core aka Helio P10 chipset under the hood. This rumored handset is now certified in China and it’s possibly the LG Q7 Stylus+.
Further through the LG Q7 Stylus+ specs, its rumored to carry a 4 GB of RAM and runs on Android 8.1 Oreo out of the box. Since this support Stylus, it should be carrying a big display atleast 6-inch in size.