LG has officially revealed the shape of the Korean variant of the Optimus G Pro. The 5.5-inch phablet may feature a curved glass show plus within the looks of it, it may equally feature a glittery back side synonymous to this of the Nexus 4. The curved glass show was added by LG to create what they call the “2.5D” impact. The device looks noticeably different within the Japanese variant of the telephone, particularly found on the back casing.
Other than the 5.5-inch Full HD show, as well as the improved 3,140 mAH power, the Korean variant of the LG Optimus G Pro must have the same specs because the Japanese variant. The specs include a 1.7GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro processor, 32GB built-in storage, 2GB of RAM, a 13MP camera, 2.1MP front-facing camera, plus Android four.1 Jelly Bean.
LG is speculated to have upped the screen size of the LG Optimus G Pro considering they desired the device to compete straight with all the Samsung Galaxy Note II. By creating a device synonymous to the Samsung Galaxy Note II, LG hopes to sway more customers to purchase their equipment, considering how Samsung looks to be monopolizing the Android market there.
The device is furthermore speculated to launch by the finish of the month. The introduced date was rumored to be forced up considering LG feared which the announcement of the Samsung Galaxy S IV could dramatically hurt the sales of the LG Optimus G Pro. By releasing the device before schedule, LG is hoping to receive a head begin about sales before the Samsung Galaxy S IV can dominate the market.
[via Korean Newswire]