flagship Android-smartphone LG Optimus G Pro and finally gets to the Russian market. Previously, the company released a version of the smartphone for Korea and Japan. The device is now available for pre-order in Russia.
According to the site “liaison”, the gadget will sell for 24,990 rubles. In essence, the LG Optimus G Pro is an advanced and improved version of the LG Optimus G, a detailed review of which we have already published.
First Pro-version features a high-quality screen: it is larger (5 inches versus 4.7) and sharper (Full HD, 440 dpi vs. 312). Battery capacity has increased by one third (from 2100 to 3000 mAh). Due to this body became thicker by 1.5 millimeters (10 mm), and the smart potyazhelel 15 grams (160 g). Under the hood is a quad-processor Snaprdagon Pro (1,7 GHz) and 2 GB of RAM. The device under control Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean).Also
nA front of the bottom there a physical button “Home”, reminiscent of a similar element in smartphones Samsung. Unlike the Sony Xperia Z with similar dimensions, Optimus G Pro has a waterproof housing. Note that LG strongly delayed the withdrawal flagship market. The company had previously announced that it intends to begin selling the gadget earlier than the main competitor will – Galaxy S4.
LG Optimus G Pro is only going to enter the world market, and the network has already got photos of the next-generation line. Leaked footage suggest that the novelty will receive a 5.2-inch display (1080p) with a very thin bezel around the body and with chamfered corners, as the Nexus 4.
from the three capacitive buttons for controlling the operating system Android, which were in the original G, was abandoned in favor of a touch keys. The side of the unit will be located paired volume rocker, and bottom – microUSB port and two speaker grilles. Camera G2, is rumored to be equipped with a 13-megapixel photosensor.
In addition, the smartphone promises quite a powerful stuffing – 800 Snapdragon processor with a clock speed of 2.3 GHz and 2 GB of RAM. G2 will run on the latest version of Android.
Source: The Messenger