It looks like LG is all set to join forces with Samsung yet again when it comes to rolling out a mid-range phablet that has a premium look all around it, with word that the LG G Pro 2 Lite has just arrived at the FCC. This particular tablet is also Verizon-bound, although this does not mean that those who are rocking to AT&T as well as Sprint will not be able to gain a slice of the action.
Verizon’s SKU of the alleged LG G Pro 2 Lite comes with the model number VS880, while the model that is headed for AT&T will sport the D631 model number. Last but not least, Sprint’s model will be known as the LS885.
So far, we do know that the LG G Pro 2 Lite will arrive with a 5.7” display according to the FCC’s documents, which is a wee bit smaller than its flagship model. Still, there is a rather hefty 3,200mAh to keep things going, allowing this handset to last throughout the day if you are the average or active user. The battery capacity is identical to the LG G2 5.2″ smartphone.
Other alleged hardware specifications should settle somewhere in the mid-range scheme of things considering the tablet’s “Lite” suffix at the end, including a 720p HD screen resolution, a quad-core 1.2GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor (MSM8926), an 8MP camera at the back, a 1.3MP front facing camera, 4G LTE support, 1GB RAM, and 8GB of internal memory that can thankfully be expanded via a microSD memory card slot.