LG Confirms the 5.5 Inch Optimus G Pro’s Existance
The 5.5 Inch LG Optimus G Pro is all but launched! LG originally took to the airwaves with the Optimus G. The Optimus G was originally launched in Korea and its popularity blew up. So much so in fact that the device spawned a few variations, most notably the Google Nexus 4, however the Optimus G also made in roads to American carriers such as AT&t and Sprint. As its popularity is embedded in its awesomeness, LG is continuing the trend with the Optimus G Pro model. The original Optimus G Pro however was initially launched with Japanese carrier NTT DoCoMo and it measured in with a 5 inch screen. Taking it a step further in an attempt to compete in the phablet space, LG is re-launching a new variation of the G Pro with a 5.5 inch touch screen!
Recently details of the LG Optimus G Pro leaked into the headlines exposing its super sized build and a few details about what it carries inside. LG today has decided to seize the moment and offer up its official existence. LG decided to use Facebook today to show off the Optimus G Pro. So what did they do? They filled up a huge bin with colorful balls and pulled the plug on the bin as it got more likes to their page! Ultimately exposing the ball loving Optimus G Pro in the picture you see above. This small and seemingly silly bit of news does nothing in the way of offering any more details about the handset but does indeed confirm its existence. The rumored details surrounding the handset give its 5.5 inch full HD IPS-LCD touch screen, a 1.7 GHz dual core Snapdragon processor, 2 GB of Ram and up to 32 GB of internal memory. The Optimus G Pro is also said to run with Android version 4.1, Bluetooth 4.0, Wi-Fi Direct, NFC and of course 4G LTE and HSPA+ connectivity.
The LG Optimus G Pro is expected to become official at MWC in the coming days. Anyone interested in a supersized LG Optimus G Pro? Sound off in the comments below and let us know what you think and before you run be sure to check out all the best in LG accessories here.Google, rumor, Android, snapdragon, NFC