LG has confirmed that its new G3 Stylus pen-enabled smartphone will go on show for the first time at IFA 2014 next week in Berlin, with the company's curved 4K OLED TVs also making an appearance ahead of their UK launch this October.

The G3 Stylus follows the recent introduction of the G3 Beat and G Vista, and comes with many of the premium features found on the South Korean tech giant's flagship G3 device. There's no word regarding UK and European availability at this point, however.

Its 5.5in qHD display has the same Floating Arc tapered edges and thin bezels as found on the G3, while its Rubberdium stylus pen has been designed to fit comfortably in the hand and allows "effortless" use when drawing or writing on screen.

A 1.3GHz quad-core processor, 1GB RAM and a removable 3,000mAh battery are also among the features of the Android 4.4.2 KitKat-powered device, with Brazilian consumers due to be the first to get their hands on the G3 Stylus next month (September).

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Meanwhile, IFA attendees will also have a chance to get a glimpse of the new 65in and 75in curved 4K OLED TVs that are coming to the UK in October – the 65EC970V (£6,000) and 77EC980V (£20,000) models respectively.

Both variants come with 4K and LG's proprietary WRGB OLED screen technologies combined into one curved form factor, together with Colour Refiner and True 4K Engine Pro. It'll also handle the H.265 and HEVC H.265 codecs from a content perspective.

Hyun-hwoi Ha, president and CEO of LG’s Home Entertainment Company, said: "As the next evolutionary step in display technology, OLED will play a major role in reshaping our industry. I feel confident when I say that 4K OLED is a bona fide game changer."

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