LG just revealed the new design of their 5.5” smartphone called the Optimus G Pro. This new model will come with a quad-core processor and a full HD curved display that will offer a “2.5D-ish" view of objects on the screen.
LG just recently released images and details on their new Optimus L series II handsets that would be on display at the upcoming Mobile World Congress electronics show in Barcelona. Now LG has gone step further and revealed to us the all-new LG 5.5” Optimus G Pro.
This new model Optimus is slimmed down on either side of the display and continues with LG's sleek look, but currently the exact specifications on the model's dimensions are not yet publicly available. It will come with a 1.8GHz quad-core Snapdragon processor and have a standard 2GB of RAM. Also, the Optimus G Pro will sport a high-resolution 13-megapixel camera and run on the highly popular Android “Jelly Bean” (4.1) operating system.
LG has not revealed just when exactly the new G Pro will reach the U.S. market, nor have they released any press releases in English. However, there is a newly published Korean language press release from the LG website stating that the device will be on the market at the end of February 2013. Only time will tell if this recent PR satisfies the question when the model will be sold on the U.S. market.
More detailed information for the new G Pro model is sure to be released once the Mobile World Congress gets on it's way.