Rumors have already started circulating about the successor to the popular LG G2 smartphone. Apparently the company wasn’t able to sell as many G2 units as it wanted to, which is believed to be the reason why its going to launch the successor a bit earlier this year. LG itself hasn’t commented on its 2014 smartphone plans as yet, but reports coming in from Korea suggest that the company might first launch the G Pro 2 before moving on to the G3. G Pro 2 will be the successor of its Optimus G Pro smartphone.
It is believed that the G Pro 2 might be released around March 2014. Not much is known about this device right now, nothing has been rumored about its specifications or design. The display size, 5.5 inches, is expected to be retained while improvements are expected under the hood. As far as the LG G3 is concerned, it is rumored to have a 2,560×1,440 pixel resolution display, LG’s own octacore processor, 16 megapixel rear camera and possibly a fingerprint scanner as well. Nothing has been said as yet about the design of the G3 as well, so its a bit early to be really sure about how LG’s 2014 premium smartphone lineup is going to shape up.