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LG G Pro 2 will have a 13MP rear camera with OIS Plus and 4K video recording

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Back in January, LG confirmed that it would announce a new G Pro 2 smartphone sometime this month. Today, the company revealed more details about the upcoming device via one of its official Korean blogs.

The G Pro 2 will have a 13MP rear camera with enhanced Optical Image Stabilization technology that LG is calling OIS Plus. This should allow us to take shake-free, ultra-clear photos even in dark environments. The rear camera will be capable of recording 4K / Ultra HD video (3840 x 2160 pixels). On the front, the new G Pro will have a 2.1MP camera with "improved performance."

Unfortunately, that’s all that LG is confirming regarding the G Pro 2 for now. Rumor has it that the device would feature a 6-inch 1080p display, Android 4.4 KitKat, LTE-Advanced connectivity, and 3GB of RAM. So it should be quite large, similar to the LG G Flex, but sans the curved design.

Last year, when we reviewed the LG G2 (the company’s first smartphone to feature a 13MP camera with OIS), we were quite impressed by the photos it produced. Thus, we’re expecting even greater things from the OIS Plus camera that’ll debut on the G Pro 2.

It’s not clear if LG will unveil the new G Pro 2 at MWC (24 - 27 February), or during a separate event. Earlier today, Samsung announced its presence at the show in Barcelona, so perhaps LG will also do it soon.

Note: the image you’re seeing above reportedly shows the back of the G Pro 2, but we can’t confirm its authenticity yet.

source: LG Social (translated)

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