We first saw the Korea-bound version of the LG Optimus G Pro in a hands-on photo about a week ago. Some time later LG confirmed that the handset’s screen will be bigger than the one used in the model which will be launched in Japan. Today the teasing campaign continues with official images showing the device in all its glory and let’s admit – the Optimus G Pro is definitely something to look at.
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At first glance the phone resembles the Galaxy Note II. Of course, there are some differences but from a distance look very similar. On the back of the device you will see the familiar digital cube pattern found on the original Optimus G and the Nexus 4. The Optimus G Pro uses a curved glass design which according to the company will create a ’2.5D effect’, whatever that is. LG reduced bezel as much as possible and pushed the display all the way to the side edges which helped to fit a 5.5-inch screen into much narrower device that would be easier to operate with one hand.
Other details that we know include full HD 1080p display, and a quad-core processor possibly the Snapdragon S4 Pro. We also know that the handset runs Google’s Android operating system with LG‘s new 3D user interface and is equipped with two cameras. The phone is expected to be launched in late February and hopefully we will be able to find out more details at WMC.