LG G Pro was one of the best Phablet devices of last year. In fact, it came very close to the Note II but just about lost at the final intermediate of the epic race. Given how well Samsung marketed the Note II, it kind of made sense how the G Pro will always be remembered as a device with plenty of potential, whose best we never really saw. We covered recently that LG was planning a successor to the G Pro, in the form of G Pro 2 and perhaps at MWC an official announcement will come.
But, LG has certainly surprised everyone by announcing the device already in South Korea. The phone is exactly what everyone had expected it to and definitely looks to mix and match the best from the world of LG G Pro and LG G2. The device sports a 5.9 inch IPS display that is 1080P in resolution.
As expected, the device has 3 GB of RAM on board with Snapdragon 800 2.26 Ghz Quad Core SoC to keep things running along. There is a 13 MP Rear camera with OIS and 2.1 MP front facing Camera on board too. LG claims that the speaker on the G Pro 2 is about 30% louder than that on the G Pro and that is a scary thought given the speaker on the G Pro was one of the loudest. The phone comes with 32 GB of internal memory and there is micro SD card expansion. The phone is powered by a 3200 mAh battery which is removable.
The LG G Pro 2 comes with Android Kitat 4.4 out of the box and brings a neat little feature called Knock Code which allows users to unlock the device without having to look at it. The phone will go on sale in Korea in March and hopefully we will know about the international pricing of the device at MWC.
Via: The Verge