LG's Optimus G successor, the G Pro (G2 was the speculative title for the unannounced device), has been detailed through a technical specifications leak.
Based on a rumored prototype, the specifications appeared on the Japanese 2channel forum. The device is rumored to boast a 5-inch display with 1080p full HD resolution.
It's apparently powered by a 1.7GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro processor and 2 GB RAM. Elsewhere, 32 GB memory is included, as is a 13-megapixel camera and a 3000mAh battery.
In addition to LTE support, it's said to run on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. The Optimus G Pro is rumored for a fall 2013 launch, with an announcement expected to be made during MWC next month.
I'm glad LG finally got their shit together, but please, don't follow in the steps of the Nexus phones and NOT include a SD card as an option. If you're too much of an idiot to not know where stuff is getting saved, then you need to go back to feature phones.
I would be interested in checking out the camera to see the detail as resolution does not always = more detail. (eg a canon powershot a2300 (16 megapixel) offers far less detail than the 8 megapixel digital rebel xt
Would also like to see the low light performance as tiny sensors will always have low light issues (you are physically getting less light (less surface area to capture light) and small sensors get more image noise at higher ISO's (eg the iphone at it's lowest ISO still has more image noise than most modern point and shoot cameras at ISO 400 (images are also less tact sharp because of that)
The Optimus G is running on ICS and still has not received the Jelly Bean update (which was supposed to be before EOY2012).
Now their going to release the successor to the Optimus G this fall running on 4.1 which, AS OF TODAY, is already not the latest version of Android!!!
LG crap support is crap support.