Earlier this week LG confirmed that the G Pro 2 will make its debut in February. Presumably launching at Mobile World Congress in late February, there's little else to know about the smartphone...officially.
Thanks to a pair of leaked images out of Korean Web site DC Inside (requires translation), we have a general idea as to what the G Pro 2 looks like.
Indeed, LG has again opted for the rear-mounted button configuration we first saw in the LG G2. The photos obtained by the site show a white handset with chrome accents, but we'll probably get a black option as well.
Rumors swirling around these past few weeks suggest that the LG handset could be quite the flagship experience. Details thus far include a 6-inch 1080p HD display, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor, 3GB RAM, and support for both LTE and LTE-Advanced connectivity.
In terms of software, the G Pro 2 should run at least Android 4.3 Jelly Bean, but we might hope for something KitKat flavored.