The LG G Pro 2 launch is confirmed for this month, which almost certainly means Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2014, but Allah forbid the South Koreans would actually wait till the conference actually, y’know, gets underway.
In the latest leak-a-thon, straight from the proverbial horse’s mouth, LG is detailing something called “Optical Image Stabilisation (OIS) plus” for the G Pro 2.
The LG G2 launched last year with a 13MP rear camera and OIS, and the imminent LG G Pro 2 will come similarly equipped, though presumably the “plus” in “OIS plus” means it’s, er, better.
OIS, of course, aims to correct blur incurred by would be photographers with shaky hands.
We’re also told that the LG G Pro 2’s front camera will be of the 2.1MP variety, same as the LG G2. There’s mention of “improved performance”, though it’s not clear if that particular boast is aimed at the LG G2, or just smartphones in general.
Other LG G Pro 2 camera features include a 20-picture burst mode, 4K video capture, and slow-motion recording.
Looks like the LG G Pro 2 will also have rear buttons, same as the LG G2. Other rumoured LG G Pro 2 specs include a 6in 1080p display, quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor, 3GB of RAM, and KitKat Android 4.4.
Just under three weeks till the LG G Pro 2 launches properly, but inevitably LG will spill more detail juice in the interim period.
via: LG Newsroom (Korean)