OK, such a resolution like 960X544 makes this upcoming smartphone kind of acceptable but the original G3 has gone way beyond the purpose of the high-end smartphone specs such as the Quad HD, with 2.5Ghz Quad-Core CPU and 2/3GB of RAM. The specs for G3 Stylus feature the slower Quad-Core CPU with 1GB of RAM onboard and what makes this inferior is that there’s no 4G support for G3 Stylus compared to original G3. Having such a super-high spec for G3 may make it really expensive to buy but why do you want Quad HD on the smartphone anyway? Where’s the Retina Display-like feature for the TVs nowadays? Why do they have to make new TVs even larger physically with the Quad HD support. Not to mention that there may be tablets with Quad HD and other specs that make them highly expensive to buy.
Perhaps, the LG G3 Stylus will be less expensive by then and it will be revealed as part of the upcoming IFA event.