Leaked LG G Pro 2 images show rear-mounted buttons

Leaked LG G Pro 2 images show rear-mounted buttons

A pair of images surfacing over at Korean site DC Inside¬†are giving us our first peeks at the upcoming LG G Pro 2. Like the G2 and G Flex, this guy appears to have rear-mounted navigation buttons. Set to be offered white with chrome accents, the G Pro 2 is expected to debut at Mobile World Congress in the next few weeks. Among other details, specifications for the LG G Pro 2 are reported to include a 6-inch 1080p HD display, a quad-core Snapdragon 800 CPU, and LTE/LTE-A data networks. In terms of software we should anticipate Android 4.3 Jelly Bean or later, with LG’s custom UI features and enhancements.

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