This time, it is the Korean phone company LG which is in the news. LG Optimus G Pro will feature at the Mobile World Congress, later this month in Barcelona in Spain. Lots of other details are emerging about this phone; the earlier model with the same name was seen as a part of Japan’s NTT DoCoMo’s spring phones. This smartphone, which could be called a phablet, is being touted as a powerful device.
The new LG phone is likely to outdo its predecessor in terms of its size and other features. Optimus G Pro will come with a larger 5.5 inch screen. It will continue with its 1080p HD LCD screen. A larger screen will need to be powered with a powerful 3140mAh battery instead of a 3000mAh.
Since its release is still round the corner, one can only speculate about this LG phone’s features. The phone is likely to come with a 1.7 GHz quad-core Snapdragon S4 processor. It will have two cameras- a 13 MP camera at the back and a 2MP in front and 2 GB of RAM. The storage can be expanded to 64 GB although it will have 32GB of its own storage. An additional 32 GB can be obtained from micro SD card.
The earlier 4.7 inch Optimus G Pro was destined to head for Japan. LG is likely to introduce its next Optimus G Pro in its own home country- South Korea. The other phone companies are about to launch their devices- Sony’s Xperia Z, Samsung Galaxy SIV and HTC M7 which will prove to be competition.
The company will have to keep a tab on the other debuting phones before coming out with its price. It may be available in other countries; but all that is speculation at the moment.