Samsung's countrymate, LG, is doing some price pruning of its own. The LG G Pro 2, the manufacturer's 5.9 inch phablet-sized model, is rumored to receive a price cut from 999,000 won ($982 USD) to 799,700 won ($786 USD). That is a pretty healthy 20% drop in price. LG cut the price of the phone once before, after the Samsung Galaxy S5 launched at a lower price than LG expected it would. In addition, the launch of the flagship LG G3 in the country at 899,800 won ($884 USD), suggested that a discount to the LG G Pro 2 was due.
Two high-end phones, two price cuts. Let's hope that the manufacturers decide to wield their respective axes outside of Korea.
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source: ZDNet (translated) via GforGames