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LG Optimus G Pro is one among the flagship handset available in the market today with a large 5.5-inch Full HD display, quad-core processor, 2GB RAM and a device which everyone would like to have. What about the price?
Well, the actual cost of Optimus G Pro is Rs. 39,999 in the market, as per LG India. But now, the South Korean handset manufacturer has come with an attractive deal which can lure many smartphone buyers who were innitially finding it heavy on their pockets.
Following the other tech vendors such as Nokia, Samsung, Sony and Lenovo, who are running exchange offers on selected handsets; LG also made a point to highlight their new exchange buyback scheme on Optimus G Pro. As per the scheme, if you exchange a running smartphone, then you will get flat Rs. 7,000 off on the purchase of LG Optimus G Pro.
So if you are planning to purchase Optimus G Pro; all you need to spent Rs. 32,999 only. Consumers can also purchase the device on easy monthly installments. Additionally, LG is also giving 2 years warrenty on Optimus G Pro, if you decide to purchase the phone under buyback scheme.
LG Optimus G Pro packs a 5.5-inch 1080p Full HD IPS display having resolution of 1920 x 1080 Pixels at 400 ppi. Android v4.1.2 Jelly Bean comes out of the box. It is powered by Qualcomm powered Snapdragon 600 processor quad core processor clocked to 1.7 GHz and comes with a Adreno 320 graphics coupled with 2GB RAM and 16GB ROM ( expandable).
There's a 13-mega pixel rear camera with Auto Focus, LED flash, Geo-tagging, Face Detection, Image Stabilization, VR Panorama, HDR and Dual Recording function. Also add a 2.1 -mega pixel front front facing camera. Other connectivity options include : a 3140mAh Li Ion battery, 3G, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth , among others.
These days most of the International tech vendors are doing their best to increase sales of their high-end handsets in India. Falling smartphone sales have made players like LG, BlackBerry, and Samsung to introduce buyback schemes to lure customers.
According to a report published in The Economic Times, leading retailers like The Mobile Store, among others, say the "sales growth slowed to 8-9% in the latest quarter".
There is a reason , why these above mentioned handset makers are selling devices at cost effective price. In the coming days, players like Nokia and LG may announce updated handset models.
GizBot already reported that LG could launch G2, its newest high-end smartphone in September in the Indian market. While players like Nokia have just introduced Lumia 925 and in the coming days consumers will likely to see the coming of Lumia 625 and 1020 in the market. Stay tuned to GizBot.