LG is set to announce a 5.5-inch device called the LG G Pro Lite, which is a low-end version of the Optimus G Pro that includes a stylus. This device will likely be launched in the Russian market for $400.
A white edition of the Optimus G Pro has been leaked by evleaks on Twitter.
Mark your calendars, LG has scheduled a press event for the 7th of August. To be held in New York City, all suspicion goes towards the unveiling of the successor to the popular Optimus G.
LG may have never had a strong reputation in the Western mobile décor, but locally the Optimus makers have always been a threat for the likes of Samsung or Apple. Need proof? How about if I told you Optimus G Pro sales have already topped 1 million units in Korea?
As expected, LG has finally come round and officially launched their flagship Optimus G Pro phablet in Asia. The powerhouse competitor to the Galaxy Note II was first made available in Korea back in February, with a launch in the US (AT&T exclusive) earlier this month. The smartphone goes on sale in Honk Kong in early