With the success of the LG Optimus G which was the first phone to boast the quad-core Krait, the South Korean multinational seems to be back in the business and so does the Optimus moniker, which once possessed a direct threat to the Galaxies, chuck the Xperias. Talking about it’s success, apart from laying down the blueprint for the current generation nexus phone, i.e. the Google Nexus 4, the phone has been breaking records in terms of sales by pacing through the millions’ mark in a few months succeeding it’s launch. The question is, For how long a Quad-core Krait running device boasting a 768p display will be able to stack up along the competition offered by the 2013 species of Full HD 5-inched flagships?
While most of the firms have shown efforts to enter the game with new flagships, LG has taken the professional way i.e. via upgrading its current generation flagship, Meet the LG Optimus G Pro! With this full-fledged specification chart and the render aside, it seems the South Koreans are looking to shift gears this time as this time their 2013 war horse looks tough enough to deal shoulders with the lives of offenders like the HTC M7, Sony Xperia Z/ZL or the highly anticipated Samsung Galaxy S4 (unless the Samsung one comes out with those four cortex-A15 cores!).
Furthermore, the specifications read out a 1080p Full HD 5.5 inch IPS-LCD display upfront while the interiors will be boasting a 1.7 Ghz Qualcomm Snapdragon chipset (No doubt, of the Krait type!) coupled along 2 Gigabytes of RAM and 32 GB of inbuilt storage (and an expansion slot for cards upto 64 Gigabytes!) while the imaging department consists of a 13 Megapixel rear camera and a 2 Megapixel front camera. The LG Optimus G Pro will come out with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean and will feature a full-fledged connectivity suite topped up with LTE. The Phone will take power from the 3140 mAh battery which seems in line with most of the LG Flagships!
So, the scenario is like this. The Battlefield is set, the Big Guns are ready to fire! The question is, who will emerge as the winner? Further, Don’t you think the render above reminds of some opponent warhead? Tell us about your views/opinions on this. We’ll be excited to see what’s your cut 😉 .