It seems like LG will also join the league of smartphone manufacturers, who could unveil their flagship smartphones at the Mobile World Congress 2014, next month in Barcelona, Spain. To be precise, this league is formed by no other than the top-tier players like Samsung, Sony and Nokia.
Just for a recap, Samsung has been repeatedly rumored to come up with the Galaxy S5; Sony is already working on the Xperia Z2; and Nokia has its Lumia 1820 which might be unveiled at the MWC 2014.
Now talking about LG's upcoming flagship smartphone LG G Pro 2, which has already been making rounds in blogosphere over the past couple of weeks, has leaked online in the form of clear pictures. The device is speculated to unveil at the same upcoming event in February.
The leaked photographs reveal the design of the G Pro 2 clearly, which looks very much like the LG G2 smartphone with rear volume rocker and power button. There's also a flash and a speaker at the back panel that can be seen clearly.
Other than that, since there is no image of the front face of the smartphone, one can't figure out anything else about the smartphone looking at the picture. However, the rumored specs of the device suggests that it would come with a massive 6-inch screen churning out a resolution of 1080 x 1920.
It would come powered by Qualcomm's popular Snapdragon 800 SoC (quad-core) coupled with a trending 3GB RAM. Moreover, since most companies are coming up with their LTE variants these days, it could be quite safe to expect the same from LG. Obviously, the device would run on Android KitKat out of the box.
There could also be the same LG G2 user interface and some of the company's proprietary apps and services present in the device. One can also expect the LG G Pro 2 to come with a QSlide, KnockON and other LG software utility features.
If the rumored specs turn out to be real, LG might loose out on the display resolution. This is because all of the other aforementioned rival smartphones, which could be this year's flagship devices, are speculated to come with a Quad HD or 2K display.
The company has not formally talked about the device and its specs so far. But as said earlier, it could be announced this February, at the MWC 2014.