After G4, is LG Planning To Launch the G Pro 3?

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    Following the launch of the LG G4, G4 Stylus and G4c, the South Korean major plans to launch a new flagship device later this year. A new report claims LG is planning a second flagship smartphone for launch later this year, in order to boost sales.

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    After G4, is LG Planning To Launch the G Pro 3?

    According to Focus Taiwan, an LG representative confirmed that the new premium handset should arrive in the second half of 2015.

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    The report also claims that Eason Shao, LG's Taiwanese mobile director, said: "The hardware specifications for the second phone have not yet been finalised."

    Earlier this year, Cho Jun-hi, LG's mobile business lead, was quotes saying that: "We are planning to release a product that stands above the G series."

    After G4, is LG Planning To Launch the G Pro 3?

    He further added: "It will be launched during the second half of this year."

    While details are scarce, and of course completely unsubstantiated, the next-gen handset from LG could be the legitimate successor to the G Pro 2.

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    While many of you may wonder why LG would be planning to release a new flagship phone so soon after the release of the G4 , it's clear that the tech giant may be planning to announce a premium device to rival the forthcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and the Apple iPhone 7.

    After G4, is LG Planning To Launch the G Pro 3?

    Hopefully, LG will share more information soon, so keep checking back with us for more LG news.


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