LG's next smartphone could prove to be quite the monster, if the latest rumors pan out. According to chatter surfacing in recent days, the so-called LG G Pro 3 may emerge in the second half of the year.
Big and bad on the inside, the LG might be equally interesting on the outside, too. The G Pro 3 could come with a 6-inch 2K (2,560x1,440-pixel) screen and a fingerprint reader.
With specs that would best today's top Androids, the LG superphone could pack a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor and 4GB of RAM. Additionally, the G Pro 3 is said to boast 32GB of internal storage with a microSD expansion card slot.
In terms of cameras, the LG handset may feature a 20.7-megapixel rear shooter with an 8-megapixel sensor on its front.
As of today, the smartphone is whispered to run Android 5.1, the latest official release available. Depending on the timing of the launch, however, I wouldn't be surprised to see it debut with an Android M operating system.
As a refresher, the last time we saw LG release a Pro phone was in early 2014 with the. We're well beyond this series' annual launch cycle.
Looking ahead, LG has already gone on record withbeyond that of its G4. Might the G Pro 3 be that device?
It isn't immediately clear when LG would introduce the G Pro 3, but we might look forward to IFA in Berlin. LG has a history of announcing multiple phones at the annual conference. This year's event kicks off on September 4; CNET will be on the ground for this and any other prospective product launches.
CNET has contacted LG for comment on the G Pro 3 rumors and will update this article with any new information.