LG G Pro 2 to be announced at MWC next month
LG G Pro 2 tipped to sport similar specs to those of Galaxy Note 3
It’s been about a year since the LG G Pro has been announced at MWC 2013, so we’re not really surprised by the new lead that already tips the next-generation LG G Pro 2 to take the spotlight at this years’ event. The Korean media just gave us a clue that the G Pro’s successor will put all cards on the table at MWC next month and along with that, the report also suggests the hardware specifications of the upcoming handset.
So far, the device looks quite appealing as, according to the Electronic Times, it will arrive sporting specs quite similar to those of the Samsung Galaxy Note 3. In all, the LG G Pro 2 will feature a 6-inches Full HD display (1080p of resolution), which confronts the previous rumors that suggested the device to sport a 5.9-inchdisplay with the QHD resolution (2560×1440 pixels). To be fair, we still doubt it that LG will release its second generation G Pro as a 6-incher with only 1080p display, especially when the tendency of QHD displays starts turning into an unwritten rule in 2014. It’s up to LG to shed some more light on the matter at MWC this year.
In the meantime, according to the Korean media, the smartphone will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor under the hood, paired with 3GB of RAM. The device will support LTE and LTE- Advanced networks connectivity. Our favourite part is that the phablet will debut with the latest Android 4.4 KitKat, which pretty much makes G Pro 2 the very first LG handset to arrive with the latest version of the Android operating system. According to the Korean Media, LG renews its focus on the multitasking given the handset’s vast reserves of memory. And now, tell me how we’re not hype for the upcoming event in Barcelona.
Source: ET News