LG has already confirmed the successor of last year’s LG Optimus G Pro, and mentioned it will be known as LG G Pro 2. The company didn’t provide any other detail about what specifications it would bring to the table or its design, but some images of the alleged handset made an unofficial appearance on the Korean shores.
Some photos of the purported LG G Pro 2 surfaced on the internet, showing its design and how the device will look like. At first glance, it looks more like the LG G 2 with a big screen and same volume buttons on the back.
The details about its hardware specifications are kind of scarce, and rumors suggest it will rock a 6-inch display with 1080p resolution. Under the hood, it is expected to feature a quad-core Snapdragon 800 chipset and support for LTE-A connectivity.
There are no details available about other specifications, but we’re guessing it should come with 3GB of RAM and a 13MP camera similar to the LG G2. There’s no word if it will come with fingerprint scanning technology, which has sparked a new revolution after Apple implemented a Touch ID sensor in its flagship iPhone 5S.
Regarding its announcement, we have to wait for the Mobile World Congress which will kick off in Barcelona, Spain next month from February 24th to February 27th.