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LG reveals 5.5inch Optimus G Pro; it has a familiar digital cube pattern on the back, it’s also curved glass in black or white, which LG says produces a 2.5 D effect. Those other details that LG is willing to divulge are largely what we expected based on the Japanese edition, including a full HD (1080p) display and a quad-core processor that's likely the Snapdragon S4 Pro. LG expects the larger G Pro to launch in late February. For more details read the press release.
( BUSINESS WIRE ) Feb. 13, 2013 - LG Electronics
Optimus Pro design, scheduled to be released through the end of February, Lightning unveiled
'Optimus Pro succeeded LG Electronics minimalist design, but the design plus the vibrancy of the full-HD. LG Electronics had previously released products revealed the beauty of temperance, but the smooth, dynamic sensory elements emphasized
LG Electronics this product, but the 5.5-inch large screen with one hand for ease of use and attentive. Narrowing the width of the left and right bezel to minimize the thickness of incoming hand-animated feel. Good grip of similar size compared to competitors' products.
Products in a streamlined metal border with dynamic images reanimated. Feel a sense of depth to mount the glass front of a finely curled, curved glass, '2 .5 D '. The effect of the pattern is applied to the rear of the high quality of the Optimus G 'Heritage succeeded. 'Digital Cube Pattern', went on to create the sleek texture, depending on the angle of the light patterns shimmering effect steric and mysteriously coming.
Smartphone is the first full HD of LG Electronics' Optimus Pro 5.5-inch full-HD display equipped with quad-core AP. 'Optimus Pro' design public as a way to participate through Facebook from the past 12 days was conducted.
Vice President of LG Electronics MC Director Park, Jong - Seok "full-DH smartphone 'Optimus Pro LG' quality 'would clearly imprinted" said three-dimensional UX, hardware, as well as vivid, full-HD large-screen design differentiated smartphone markets to lead, "he said.