LG Optimus G Pro Leaked Ahead of MWC 2013 Michael Kwan January 18, 2013 The original LG Optimus G proved to be a pretty excellent smartphone and LG has just announced that it has broken one million units in worldwide sales. Now, they’re ready to unleash its successor, which is aptly named the LG Optimus G Pro. Some specs have been leaked already and we’re expecting to see a formal announcement at Mobile World Congress next month. The decidedly high-end LG Optimus G Pro has decidedly high-end specs, even beating out the Galaxy Note II. It starts with a 5-inch 1080p full HD display, offering the same kind of pixel density as we’ve seen the HTC Droid DNA and the Sony Xperia ZL. Power comes by way of a beastly 1.7GHz quad core Snapdragon S4 Pro processor, backed by a full 2GB of RAM. Other notable specs include the 32GB storage, LTE compatibility, Android Jelly Bean, and a 13MP primary camera. One of the problems I had with the first Optimus G had to do with battery life, which is likely the same thing that people are experiencing on the Nexus 4. LG is trying to take care of that too, beefing up the LG Optimus G Pro with a huge 3,000mAh battery. There’s still no word on pricing or carrier partners, but my guess is that the Optimus G Pro will end up at the same places where we saw its older cousin… which really isn’t all that old yet. via Engadget Chinese Share This With The World!