Earlier in 2013, LG announced their then flagship device, the LG G Pro. Given the time of the release, it was meant to compete against the likes of the Samsung Galaxy Note 2. Well it looks like LG could be deploying the same strategy that they used back in 2013 and compete against the likes of the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 with an upcoming handset, the LG G Pro 2. The LG G Pro 2 has been rumored about for a while now, but it looks like LG has decided to put the rumors to rest by officially announcing the device’s existence, although exactly what sort of hardware the handset packs under the hood remains a mystery for now.
LG’s official announcement basically states that we can look forward to its unveiling in February 2014, although LG declined to provide any specific dates. However given that MWC 2014 is taking place in February, chances are that could be when we might be able to look forward to learning more about the device. Based on what we know from the rumors, the LG G Pro 2 is said to feature a 6” display with a Full HD resolution. A bit odd given that high-end smartphones are starting to turn to 2K display resolutions, although we guess it could help cut costs, not to mention the Note 3’s resolution is Full HD as well, so perhaps LG thinks that is good enough. Other rumored specs include a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor with 3GB of RAM to accompany it. Other specs such as its camera, software, and additional features remain unknown, but hopefully additional details will be revealed in the near future.