2013 has observed the launch of several new and promising smartphones by top manufacturers. Samsung brought out the Galaxy S4, Sony has made up the ZL-Z duo, and HTC One has hiked up in sales recently.
LG Optimus G Pro is considered as a phablet, specifically because of its splendid specs that directly encircle the Galaxy Note series in a stiff competitive sphere. The Galaxy S range is only a virtual competitor to the giant LG Optimus G Pro. However, Optimus G Pro happens to be the only smartphone released by the Korean tech-giant so far the following year. LG has made it available in its inland markets of Japan and Korea, but was silent on its international release and that frustrated fans.
Reports reveal that LG Optimus G Pro has forwarded invites on behalf of an event to be organized on May 1 at New York City. It is obvious that LG is planning to organize this conference at NYC in order to promote the launch of its Optimus G Pro in the U.S.
The model out in Korean market measures 5.5 inches diagonally, whereas the one released in Japan possesses a 5 inches display screen. The Optimus G Pro supports LTE 4G network. It was released in April 2013 in Korea and Japan, and since then has topped smartphone sales charts in the two nations.
The beast possesses 32 GB internal memory, 2GB RAM and an external storage capacity of 64 GB. It features a 13 MP camera, is powered by 1.7 GHz quad-core Krait 300, and runs on Android Jelly Bean 4.1.
There is a hot debate running on at tech forums over to-be-official carriers of LG Optimus G Pro in the U.S., specifically Sprint and AT&T. Its predecessor, LG Optimus G was distributed by both. But recently, a leaked source has indicated AT&T to be the official carrier of LG Optimus G Pro in the United States.