LG has launched their phablet Optimus G Pro in India yesterday at an event with the tag line “Imagination Begins”. The Optimus G Pro features an impressive spec list so go ahead and divulge into more details.
The LG Optimus G Pro features a 5.5-inch True HD IPS LCD display with a full HD resolution that is 1920×1080 which makes up for a impressive 401 ppi. The Quad-Core Snapdragon 600 runs the show clocked at 1.7 GHz along with couple of gigs of RAM.
The Optimus G Pro comes with 32 GB of on board storage with an micro sd card slot expandable to upto 64 GB. The phablet measures 150.2 x 76.1 x 9.4 and weighs 172 grams which is just a feather lighter than the Galaxy Note 2. Coming to the camera, the rear has a 13 MP camera with an LED flash and the front has a 2.1 MP camera. The camera can record full HD videos at 30 fps and you can use the cool features like geo-tagging, face detection, image stabilization, panorama, HDR modes for your snaps.
It runs on Android Jelly Bean with LG’s customisations on top of it. The UX by LG features some nice features along the lines of the Galaxy Note 2 such as the Q Slide, Live Zooming and Quick Memo. Other cool features include Q Remote, Audio Zoom, Video Wiz, Magic Remote Pad.
The Optimus G Pro is powered by a good enough 3140 mAH battery which should make sure that you don’t run out of juice very soon. Connectivity is the usual stuff.
Check out the video below by LG for the Optimus G Pro:
LG plans to double its market share in the Indian market to 10 %. LG India Managing Director Swoon Kwoon told the press at the event, “We were reshaping our mobile phone business. It took us and one and half years to do so. At present our market share is close to 5 per cent in the country which we expect to increase to 10 per cent by end of of next year.”
The phablet is priced at a premium Rs 42,500. Anyone looking to get a premium phablet can surely go ahead and give Optimus G Pro a spin because the very high end specs make it a good buy. Do tell us what you think of the LG Optimus G Pro down in the comments section below.