The LG G Pro 2 will be first released in Korea and later in major Asian markets like India and China.
The LG Pro 2 flagship smartphone, officially unveiled just a day back, will reportedly launch in the Asian markets in March 2014. The Wall Street Journal reports that LG will be first releasing the phablet in Korea and later in the Asian markets, followed by US and Europe.
The manufacturer is specially targeting the smartphone consumers in the Asian markets with its latest big-screen device, since the appetite for phones with bigger screens is stronger than the consumers in regions like US and Europe, states the WSJ.
To remind you, the LG G Pro 2 features a 5.9-inch FHD display, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 2.26GHz CPU, Adreno 330 graphics, 3GB of RAM, 13MP OIS+ rear camera with 4K Ultra HD video recording, slow-mo recording at 120fps and a 2.1MP front shooter. It's offered in 16 and 32GB storage variants with microSD card support, 4G LTE/3G, NFC, and a 3200mAh battery. In addition the phone also features 1W Hi-Fi speakers that boast 30 percent louder audio output than its predecessor.
The manufacturer is going to showcase the LG Optimus G Pro successor, the G Pro 2 at MWC 2014. In fact, LG India has just sent out invitations to the media for an event scheduled for March 3rd, and we're hoping we'll see the Indian debut of the G Pro 2 on that day.