Exciting LG G Pro 2 specs confirmed by AnTuTu scorecard

10 February, 2014 | Comments (68) | Post your comment

Tags: LG, Android, Rumors

LG G Pro 2 existence was confirmed earlier this year by a few live pictures of the device. The G Pro 2 has the G2 looks but comes with a bigger 6" display. It should go live at a press event scheduled to take place on February 13 in Korea.

Today, just three days ahead of the official premiere, the LG G Pro 2 specs leaked via AnTuTu's database. It seems someone has put the two G Pro 2 units (Korea-bound F350L/F350K and the international D837 version) through the benchmark and you can check both the specs and the scores of the upcoming gadget.

LG G pro 2 on AnTuTu

The LG G Pro 2 is now confirmed to come with a 6" 1080p display and be powered by the Snapdragon 800 chipset (four Krait 400 at 2.26GHz, Adreno 330 and 3GB of RAM). The Android version ticking inside is 4.4 KitKat. The camera info is also out now - 13MP main shooter and a 2MP front-facing snapper.

Here is hoping the LG G Pro 2 will do better on the market than its predecessor which never reached its full potential.

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Exciting LG G Pro 2 specs confirmed by AnTuTu scorecard - reader comments

  • Anonymous

i dont see any Benchmark effect, my G Pro serves me well. very stable, even my antutu is just 22k, you wont much see the difference to other phone :D not if your to over reacting and wanting the best of the best for you haha :D naahh, just be satis...

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  • 2014-02-12 14:58
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  • Anonymous

Hahaha.htc always was better than lg and samsung and i never see that score for g2.g2 is about 30000 and you can check it in this site.tab lg>g2>.....check slide and choose benchmark. Dont make story please.every body can see and find my true w...

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  • 2014-02-11 23:58
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  • Anonymous

So now that your Note 2 is already on 4.3, does it prove that it can outperform my G Pro still on 4.1.2? What is this fuss about android version updates self? LG provides stable phones while samsung produces buggy phones, then produce regular update...

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  • 2014-02-11 21:47
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