LG G Pro 2 (or G2 Pro) now said to come with 6″ 1080p display at MWC
The LG Optimus G Pro is almost one year old, and as such we’re expecting to see a successor to LG’s first phablet revealed pretty soon. A few days ago we got word that the official unveiling would take part during Mobile World Congress in Barcelona at the end of February.
The new device was then said to come with a 5.9-inch 2,560×1,440 touchscreen. However, new reports out in South Korea today dispute both those specs. The next G Pro phablet will apparently sport a 6-inch 1080p display panel instead.
This would be quite the disappointment, considering that this year will be the one in which 1440p resolution becomes pretty much standard for the extremely high-end handsets.
Thankfully, we’ve also got some more specs of the G Pro 2 to speak about following today’s leak. It’s rumored to have 3 GB of RAM, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor, support for LTE-Advanced mobile data connectivity, and it will run Android 4.4 KitKat from day one.
This will be LG’s first device to sport 3 GB of RAM, and that’s probably going to be the trend in the upper echelons of the mobile space this year. The Galaxy Note 3 started it all, being the first handset on the market with such an amount of memory, and now we’re hearing reports that even Sony’s next flagship, the Xperia Z2, will pack 3 GB of RAM. So LG clearly wanted in on that action too.
Once again, the G Pro 2 gets a rumored announcement event during MWC, so we’re pretty sure that’s indeed when it will make its debut.
Via ET News