LG G Pro 2 officially confirmed, to debut at MWC 2014 featuring 6-inch Full HD display, 3GB RAM and Android 4.4 KitKat
LG, the Korean electronics giant may not be doing well in the smartphone arena in India but it fares decently on the global arena. With smartphones becoming phablets, every manufacturer wants to introduce something that woos the audiences globally. LG will be stepping up to the occasion and will launch the LG G Pro 2 phablet at the MWC 2014 next month.
The company has today officially confirmed that they will be announcing the LG G Pro 2 next month at Mobile World Congress 2014 in Barcelona, Spain. Unfortunately, the company has not shared any details on the specifications of the phablet.
But, according to ETNews report, LG G Pro 2 phablet will come shod with a 6 inch Full HD screen and will be gunning for the likes of the Lumia 1520 and Note 3. Under the hood will be a Snapdragon 800 processor which will be an upgrade from the Snapdragon 600 found in the G Pro. It will be clocked at 2.2 GHz in all likelihood. To aid multitasking, it will feature a 3GB RAM and that will put it pretty much at par with the Note 3.
The phablet will run on Android 4.4 Kitkat. That is all of what is known about the device and the remaining details about what else would be present under the hood is still unknown. We believe that the G Pro 2 will receive an upgrade in the imaging, storage, battery and software department. LG is expected to bring some customised features to the phablet.
Every company will take the MWC 2014 as an opportunity to showcase its armoury and LG will see this as an event to tell the world that it still is a powerful smartphone manufacturer. More details about the phablet are expected to surface in near future.
Post by Ritij Khurana & Aman Banka