LG India has launched its G Pro 2 phablet in Indian market, successor to the original G Pro which was launched last year. While carrying over all the traits from the flagship G2, G2 Pro also offers bigger screen. LG G Pro 2 offers various improvements in terms of hardware over its predecessor.
For starters, G Pro 2 runs on Snapdragon 800 processor and 3GB of RAM which should be perfect for heavy multi-tasking. Screen size has gone up from 5.5 inch on G Pro to 5.9 inch on G Pro 2. It uses Full HD IPS display. It uses the “G Design” which gives bezels just 3.3 mm thick. While the camera remains same at 13MP, it gets new tricks to go head to head with other smartphones. Camera on LG G2 has OIS Plus tech and ability to record videos in 4K resolution. It can also shoot 120 fps slow motion HD movies.
LG G Pro 2 comes in two memory variants, 16GB and 32GB and has a microSD card support for up to 64GB. It has 3200 mAh SIO+. It has all the connectivity options you would expect from a high-end smarpthone. G Pro 2 will come with Android 4.4 KitKat out of the box. LG is also giving Quad Beat 2 heaphones with G Pro 2. Company has priced G Pro 2 at Rs.51,500 (MRP), so the street price could be lesser than this.
So what’s your take on this? Are you already using LG G Pro or G2 and see this as a worthy upgrade? Let us know in the comments.