We caught a glimpse of the LG Optimus G Pro at Mobile World Congress earlier this year and have seen it make its way across Asia to South Korea and Japan. Now it looks like it’ll soon be the North America’s turn to have beautiful Asian models posing with an LG Optimus G Pro in a promotional image as it looks like it may be making its way to the U.S. as early as May.


According to sources close to Android Central who is familiar with the device’s U.S. launch plans, the device is expected to release on AT&T and feature a 5.5-inch screen similar to the version launched in South Korea, instead of the 5-inch Japanese variant. May 10 seems to be the expected release date, but considering these aren’t official yet, we’re sure AT&T will decide when it’s ready to release the device on its network.

The source didn’t say whether the Optimus G Pro would make its way to any other U.S. wireless carriers, but as of now, it looks as though AT&T is the only carrier rumored to carry the device.

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