During these past several weeks there have been numerous juicy rumors surrounding LG’s future smartphone line-up, and if you’ve been curious enough about what devices the company will launch next, then you’ve most likely heard of the LG G Pro 2.
While earlier rumors have indicated that the G Pro 2 will be unveiled at the Mobile World Congress at the end of this month, in reality, LG has recently sent out press invites for an event that will take place in just a few days from now – on February 13. On that date, the G Pro 2 will become official. The handset is supposed to keep the flagship seat warm until the LG G3 arrives, and launching it so soon might give the company a head start in its race against Samsung, which is said to reveal the Galaxy S5 at MWC.
Regardless, the interesting news today is that the G Pro 2’s hardware specifications have now been confirmed ahead of the smartphone’s release. The device has recently appeared in AnTuTu’s benchmark lists, so let’s take a look at what makes it tick.
LG G Pro 2 Specs Confirmed By AnTuTu Benchmark
Alright, so to wrap up the list of specs, the G Pro 2 appears to be equipped with a Full HD, 1080 x 1920 display (according to rumors, it will be a 5.9 or 6 inch screen), a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 MSM8974 processor clocked at 2.26 GHz, an Adreno 330 graphics chip and 3 GB of RAM. The device seems to pack 32 GB of storage, and it appears to be running on Android 4.4 KitKat out of the box.
With all that in mind, the G Pro 2 is noticeably more powerful than its predecessor, the Optimus G Pro. Take a look at the chart below.
We should also note that, by the looks of it, three different G Pro 2 variants have been tested out on AnTuTu. While they’re identical in terms of hardware specs, it looks like each variant is destined for a specific network. The F350L will head towards LGT Korea, the 350K will go hand in hand with KT and the D837 appears to be the International model.
In any case, we’ll find out more once the device will hit the scene on February 13. Until then, let us know whether or not you find the G Pro 2 tempting.