Several reports originating from South Korea indicate that flagship LG G Pro 2, the successor of existing G Pro might be launched at upcoming MWC event next month. According to the report of ETnews, the upcoming LG G Pro 2 will pack upgraded internals in order to compete with Samsung’s Galaxy Note 3 and other companies’ flagship devices.
ETnews further adds that the LG G Pro 2 will feature a big 6-inch full HD display with 1080p resolution, quad-core Snapdragon 800 processor and immense 3GB of RAM unlike the predecessor G Pro that comes with Snapdragon 600 chipset and 2GB RAM. It will be powered by latest Android 4.4 Kitkat and will include LTE-A support for select markets such as Korea.
Remaining details of the phone such as camera capacity, Internal storage and the battery capacity are still not known at this point, but considering the above mentioned high-end features, the phone would probably be equipped with better camera, more internal storage and a larger battery. It might also bring new software features for better multi-tasking, similar to the Samsung’s Multi-Window.
In addition to LG, the other leading handset makers such as Samsung, Sony, HTC etc. are also reported to showcase their flagship devices at the MWC 2014 or closer to MWC late February. We might see some of them in few coming days.