LG's Optimus G Pro will allegedly pack a 5-inch display, a 1.7GHz processor and a 13-megapixel rear camera, according to details that have appeared on the web.
A leaked slide sent to tech news site Engadget teased a host of alleged details about the Optimus G Pro. If the slide is on the money, the new smartphone would sport a 5-inch 1920x1080-pixel display, and tap into a 1.7GHz Qualcomm quad-core Snapdragon processor for its power.
Running Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, the Pro model would include 2GB of memory, 32GB of storage and support for long-term evolution (LTE). Also along for the ride would be a 2.4-megapixel camera in front, and a 13-megapixel camera on the back.
Many of those specs would be improvements over those found in the Optimus G, though certain variants of the current model already include some of those features.
Details revealed by Blog of Mobile match up with virtually all of those revealed by Engadget.
The information doesn't indicate when or where the new phone will debut. But certain built-in features signal that it will be offered by Japanese carrier NTTDoCoMo, according to Engadget. The current Optimus G is sold in Japan, South Korea, Canada and the United States.
A recent batch of rumours also suggests that LG will release an Optimus G2 phone later this year.
CNET contacted LG for comment, but had received no response by the time of writing.
Meanwhile, the current Optimus G is doing quite well. LG revealed over the weekend that it has sold more than 1 million units since the phone debuted four months ago, according to the Yonhap News Agency.
LG also plans to launch the Optimus G in China and several European countries this quarter, a company spokesman told Yonhap.