Rumors have found their way into the blogosphere that LG may have axed the upcoming G Pro 3 in favor of the G4. If a new report is to be believed, then the South Korean giant has tentatively axed its LG Pro series.
Reportedly, LG is taking too much interest in building the successor to the G3 flagship. Gforgames reveals that the mobile division of the consumer electronics giant is now headed by Juno Cho as the previous leader, Dr. Jong-Seok Park is not keeping well. Keeping that in mind the firm may have decided not to continue with its G Pro series any more.
The tech news site also notes that the G3's 5.5-inch display technically phablet-sized and its successor expected to arrive with more-or-less similar screen size; the G Pro 3 isn't really going to offer unique features as the forthcoming flagship.
LG's G Pro series was supposed to give rather a tough competition to handsets with bigger displays. However, the G Pro series has failed to give competition to the likes of the Galaxy Note 3, among other notable devices.
A few days back, it was first reported that LG's upcoming G Pro 3 would come with the company's NUCLUN CPU. Now, new rumors suggest that LG is not going to use its home baked NUCLUN CPU for the G Pro 3.
LG has not confirmed its plans to kill the G Pro series lineup.
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