As seen in our past coverage of the LG G Pro 2, the latest phablet from the company is going to be a bigger version of the G Pro.
Packing a 5.9-inch screen compared to its predecessor’s 5.5-inches, the G Pro 2 is going toe to toe with Samsung’s Galaxy Note 3. It even has the same 1920 x 1080 resolution of the Note 3.
It's not going to be lacking in the power department either as it's kitted out with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 Processor, 3GB of RAM and a whopping 3200 mAh battery.
The other stuff that’s been confirmed includes an optically stabilised, 13-megapixel camera that’ll also let you shoot video in 120fps at 1080p HD. And with 32GB of storage, you should have ample space to keep all those photos and 4K videos.
You can expect some chocolatey goodness on the G Pro 2 as it’ll be loaded up with the KitKat flavoured Android 4.4. LG has also evolved the knock-to-power-on feature that you saw in the G2 by adding an element of security that'll let you power-up the phone and unlock it when you knock on it with a specific cadence.
We haven’t gotten any word on local pricing and availability yet and we’re guessing more details on that part will be released during MWC. So stay tuned for updates.
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Source: LG (Korea)