If phablets are your kind of device, then devices like the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 and LG’s Optimus G Pro could be of interest to you .While the Galaxy Note 2 has been launched, the Optimus G Pro is expected to make its way into North American markets come Q2 2013, and thanks to an FCC filing, it looks like LG could be right on schedule. An FCC filing for a certain LG E980 was spotted recently and with the LG Optimus G being the E970, it can be safely assumed that the E980 would be referring to the Optimus G Pro. The FCC filing has also revealed radio bands that would suggest that AT&T would be the carrier that the Optimus G Pro will be launching on. Either way we don’t have any official confirmation yet, but hopefully this FCC filing means that a launch is nearing, so check back with us at a later date for the details! In the meantime if you’re trying to decide if the LG Optimus G Pro is the phone for you, check out our review of the device here.
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