LG on Thursday (10 October) announced the LG G Pro Lite, which marks the South Koren smartphone giant’s entry into the mid ranged phablet market. The device will reportedly be available only in Latin American countries for the time being and will later be launched in countries like Russia, India and some other countries in Asia.
About the specifications of the device, the LG G Pro Lite has a 13.9-cm (5.5-inch) uHD display along with a MediaTek 1 GHz dual core processor. Further, it has 1 GB of RAM and 8 GB of internal storage memory. The storage can be extended through the miro-SD slot. The device is powered by a 3,140 mAh battery and runs on the Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean operating system. It has an 8 mega pixel rear camera along with a 1.3 mega pixel front
In addition to the specs, the smartphone maker has made some software tweaks to its device. Firstly, LG has introduced the KnockOn feature, which allows users to tap twice on the screen and wake the device from hibernation. There is also the pause and resume recording feature and the QTranslator.
LG is reportedly also planning to come up with a dual-SIM version for its mid ranged smartphone. This phone will be called the LG G Pro Lite Dual.