LG's G Pro 2 hasn't been launched for Indian market, but rumors about its retail release have already started swirling online. There is no doubt that the South Korean giant, under any circumstances, would like to delay the handset for Indian market.
And while earlier reports at a possible launch of LG G Pro 2 in April 2014, GizBot has obtained a word from a senior executive about the release of Samsung Galaxy S5 rival.
Sources close to GizBot have revealed that LG will launch the G Pro 2 in India in April, which is this month. Although we don't have an exact release date to share but one could expect the device to go on sale at the earliest.
Just last month, LG electronics had started selling the 5.9-inch handset in some of the Asian countries. The G Pro 2 is now available in number of countries, notably, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Singapore, Philippine, Vietnam, and Indonesia. The South Korean giant began selling the premium phone in South Korea in February.
LG G Pro 2 - What Specs to Expect?
The LG G Pro 2, a direct successor to the hit G Pro, features a massive 5.9-inch Full HD display; a 2.3GHz quad-core processor powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 SoC; a 3GB RAM; support for 4G LTE; a 3,200mAh battery; a respectable 13MP rear-facing camera with OIS+ features and more. The device runs Android 4.4 Kitkat, and there is the Knock Code feature given for waking up and unlocking the phone.
With the Android platform continues to grow exponentially , LG sees India as the next big market. Not long ago, LG introduced the 4G-enabled version of flagship G2 into Indian market in collaboration with chipset maker Qualcomm and network provider Airtel, priced at Rs. 49,000 for the 32GB variant.
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