Leaked just days ago, the LG’s new flagship Optimus G Pro handset has been announced today. LG is betting on Japanese online carrier NTT DoCoMo to bring the device in country, initially, while global release soon after to follow. We suspect LG to make an appearance at MWC show in Barcelona to debut an international variant of the phone.
Moving on; it’s everything that was rumored, LG is making its entry in crowd of 5-inch, 1080p phones while bumping the specs up over its predecessor (Optimus G), now you get a Jelly Bean-running handset with a faster 1.7GHz Snapdragon S4 Pro CPU and a heftier 3,000mAh battery inside. Other elements remain the same, such as 2GB RAM, 13MP back shooter, 32GB storage and a microSDXC slot. Those in Japan who want to bet on the LTE unit will have to wait until April this year.