LG has jumped the MWC gun, by revealing the LG G Pro 2 this week, during an event in Korea, but will still travel to Barcelona later this month for its moment in front of the world’s media.
The G Pro 2 is a step forward from the Optimus G Pro, and will be available in three separate styles; white, black and titanium.
It isn’t all looks though for the G Pro 2, it also packs a powerful punch behind the scenes as well, with a full HD 5.9” display, 3GB RAM and a Snapdragon 800 processor.
There are two storage options with the G Pro 2, 16GB and 32GB, and the phablet also boasts a 13 megapixel camera on the back side of the handset.
Android 4.4 will be the operating system in use out of the box, and LG will be adding their own features to the mix, with the most notable being the ‘Knock Code’ security system, allowing users to knock a specific pattern to unlock the G Pro 2.
Pricing and release dates on an international level are still being kept quite cagey at the moment, but we’re sure we will discover just when we could be seeing the G Pro 2 when we get our hands on it at MWC.
Written by Luke Hatfield