The LG Optimus G Pro is set to be an AT&T exclusive in the U.S., with pre-orders starting very soon. When will it be available? Read on to find out more!
Strong demand for LG’s flagship Optimus G line-up, as well as mid and low-end smartphones, have boosted the company’s 2013 sales target to over 50 million units.
While preparing to launch the U.S. version of the Optimus G Pro, LG has been working on yet another variation of the Optimus G called the Optimus GK. The new smartphone is to all intents and purposes a 5 inch version of the Optimus G Pro. The question is now, is a 5 inch version of the Optimus G Pro more desirable and can it beat the Samsung Galaxy S4?
A new press render showing of the AT&T version of the LG Optimus G Pro has now hit the net.
LG has released the financial results for Q1 2013 and the outcome is mixed: record smartphone sales make up for poor TV sales performance.
The U.S. debut of the LG Optimus G Pro is the mysterious reason behind LG’s “Share the Genius” event, which will take place in New York, on May 1st.
An LG event invitation has been sent out to the press, asking journalists to “Share the Genius” in New York on May 1, without mentioning what will be announced.
With its amazingly thin bezel and powerful specs, LG’s Optimus G Pro appears to be positioned to go after the Galaxy Note 2’s jugular. What’s more is that LG’s Official Mobile Facebook page has recently put on display a black version of this very device for all to see. Enough to stoke your flames of desire?
The LG Optimus G Pro, which is scheduled to get a special “Value Pack Upgrade” for software this month, will soon have a number of new features, such as Smart Video, Dual Camera and Pause and Resume Recording.
According to sources “familiar with launch plans”, the LG Optimus G Pro is to make its grand American debut on May 10 on AT&T. That’s mere days after the planned Samsung Galaxy S4 US launch, so on paper the 5.5-incher should prove to be solid competition for the S4.