The LG Optimus G Pro is LG’s flagship device, but not many countries around the world have been able to enjoy the huge LG flagship device, as it had only been made available in Korea in February, followed by the US later.
Well, things are about to change, as the Korean giant has announced (Google Translated announcement here) that the device would be making its way to 40 countries around the world, all during this year’s third quarter. Included will be, LG says, Europe, Russia, the Middle East and Latin America.
Engadget, quoting LG UK, says that nothing’s new regarding the UK availability of the device, so it looks like it might not make it to Britain.
However, if this beauty does get to your country, you have a whole lot of things to look forward to. I’ll start by saying that this beast is certainly not for those who want a small smartphone, as it has a 5.5 -inch touchscreen.
If you do love powerful devices sporting large screens, the LG Optimus G Pro might be just your cup of tea – the display has Full HD resolution (440 ppi pixel density) and it is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon quad-core CPU, running at 1.7 GHz, helped by 2GB of RAM.
The camera is a 13 megapixels, and it has a dual camera for video recoding. This will allow you to show your reaction to the subject of the images you are shooting (which is quite an intriguing idea.) The Optimus G Pro will get through the day, helped by a 3140 mAh battery.
The device runs Android Jelly Bean 4.1.2 and also has a microSD slot, so you can add up to 64 GB to the internal memory, which is 32 GB.
All in all, a very serious offering. I’m sure the device, while overdue, will still do well in the mobile smartphone market.