While we’ve seen several rumors suggesting that LG is working on the alleged LG G3, the successor to the last year’s flagship. However, there are reports originating from Korean shores that LG might launch another handset dubbed as LG G Pro 2 at the Mobile World Congress 2014 next month, before they take the wraps of the alleged LG G3.
Until now, the detals of the LG G Pro 2 have been scrace, as the rumor mill was more focused on the information regarding the purported LG G3. But, it seems we now have some information about what we could expect from this not-so-mysterious handset. According to Korean media, LG G Pro 2 is expected to feature a massive 6-inch display sporting a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels.
Earlier rumors mention it might feature a resolution of 1440×2560, but it actually makes sense that LG didn’t go for it if the rumored LG G Pro 2 specifications are correct. Rumors suggest that LG will unveil the purported LG G3 later this year with 2K resolution.
Let’s just come back to the point, the specifications of the LG G Pro 2. Based on this new rumor, the handset is expected to come with a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 chipset with Adreno 330 GPU and 3GB of RAM on board, which has become a standard for high-end devices this year. On the software side, it is expected to come with Android 4.4 KitKat pre-installed out of the box.
Mobile World Congress is just one month away, and we’ll find out what it stores for us. Nokia has already sent out press invites for its event, and Samsung is also rumored to launch its upcoming Galaxy S5 in the coming months. Let’s see what happens. We’ll update you if there’s anymore information.