Every tech-savvy person should already know that LG’s hottest smartphone is the recently unveiled G Pro 2. The handset has been made official less than a week ago and it’s been the subject of numerous discussions. Regardless, while the Korean giant has shed light on the beast, the handset is not yet for sale.
Earlier last week we’ve informed you that the G Pro 2 will first hit the Korean market sometime by the end of February, and that the handset’s availability will gradually expand to other regions and continents. Now we’ve dug out more information concerning the matter, so if you’re a G Pro 2 enthusiast, then you might want to scroll further down and learn the latest available details.
LG G Pro 2 to Hit the Korean Market in a Matter of Days
Earlier today, the Korean media (citing “telecom officials”) has reported that the LG G Pro 2 release date in South Korea is scheduled for February 21st – so that leaves Korean enthusiasts only a few days before they’ll have the opportunity to purchase the device.
As for the rest of the world, it appears that the Asian countries will start retailing the G Pro 2 sometime towards the end of March. Not bad, but what got us worried was the fact that, according to LG officials, the G Pro 2 will hit the US and European market “much later”. Earlier reports have been claiming that the LG G Pro 2 release date in these parts of the world is scheduled “not before April“, but at this point we’re hoping that “much later” doesn’t mean May or beyond.
The LG G Pro 2 packs a 6 inch 1080p display, a Snapdragon 800 quad-core chip clocked at 2.26 GHz, 3 GB of RAM, 16 / 32 GB of storage, Android 4.4 out of the box and an improved LG user interface that promotes features such as “Knock Code”. We’re fairly sure that many of our readers find this smartphone appealing, so feel free to share your thoughts below and let us know if you’d still be willing to pick up a G Pro 2, assuming that it would hit the market in April-May.