The recently launched LG G4 is a very impressive phone with its stunning camera, huge 5.5 inch 2k resolution display and even genuine leather construction materials. LG G4 Pro.
In fact, earlier this year, before the LG G4 was announced in April, rumors were swirling that the Korean company was actually preparing two flagship smartphones for 2015. When buying Galaxy Note 5 or iPhone 6s Plus. It could be the LG G4 Pro, or some rumors called it the LG G4 Note.
Rumors of a better model have slowed down since the LG G4’s launch, but a brand new report has surfaced this week, suggesting that a pretty impressive phone will come late this fall with some of the best features we’ve seen on any smartphone to date. .
If you can call it poor connectivity, the current LG G4 only comes with a 6-core Snapdragon 808 processor and 3GB of RAM. And while that’s more than enough for just about any app or game, some devices this year feature octa-core processors, putting them above the LG G4.
That said, it looks like LG is aiming to offer something even better for those who really want or need it. The rumored LG G4 Pro may be the same Note device as rumored earlier this year or something entirely different, but we’ll have to wait and see.
Said, according to leaks LG G4 Pro might be the best phone released in 2015. The details come from a post on the Chinese site Weibo that has accurately leaked information in the past. LG claims the G4 Pro will feature a massive 5.8-inch 2560 x 1440 Quad-HD (2k) display, a brand new octa-core Snapdragon 820 processor with 4GB of RAM, and most importantly an unrealistic 27-megapixel camera. rear and 8 megapixel front camera.
Trivia suggests 32-64GB of storage with a micro SD slot for expansion, a large removable battery, unknown size, a built-in stylus and a release date around October of this year. This means we may see it announced at IFA 2015 in September, as we see LG announce other devices and launch the following month. An LG G3 Stylus was launched outside the US last year, so the idea is reasonable.
It’s worth noting that the LG G Pro 2 was announced at IFA in February of 2014, not in the fall, so this would be a big change from years before LG.
Back in May, a rumor surfaced that an LG G4 Note would take over the Galaxy Note 5 later this year, and it was rumored to have a 5.9-inch 3k display, similar specs, a built-in stylus and a large 3,500mAh display. battery. For now, we are not sure if these are two different devices or the same flagship smartphone, and the details are mixed in the rumor mill.
All said and done though, it looks like LG has at least one big “phablet”-sized Galaxy Note 5 rival in the works for this year, and maybe two. We’ll be keeping an eye out for more details and will update once we know more. LG G4 owners, would a G4 Pro version with the above features upset you? Let us know in the comments below.