LG G4 Pro

We all were a little disappointed when LG launched the G4 with Snapdragon 808, a hexa-core processor, instead of the Snapdragon 810. Well, it looks like the Korea tech giant is ready to launch an upgraded version of the LG G4. Rumors are flowing around that LG is all set to bring the LG G4 Pro to the market.


According to the rumors, the LG G4 Pro will come with a 5.8 inch QHD(1440*2560p) Quantum display which we had already seen on the LG G4 and it looks crisp and bright. For RAM , it’s slated to come with 4GB of RAM, which would be more than enough for day to day tasks and high-end gaming. It’s also supposed to have optional 32GB or 64GB of internal memory, which can be further expanded upto 128GB via a¬†micro-SD card. The rear camera is also upgraded, from 16-megapixels to 27-megapixels. The front facing camera is the same 8-megapixel sensor that comes with the LG G4.

The Snapdragon 820 is an interesting choice. As its not ready yet for mass production as Qualcomm mentioned that the very first device using Snapdragon 820 will be out either at the end of this year or early next year. From this perspective, it looks like LG G4 pro is not coming anytime soon.

In my opinion, the specifications seems too good to be true and current owners of the LG G4 will be disappointed if these rumors comes to life. However, these are just rumors and there is no leaked image or video that confirms the same. The official unveil is expected to be sometime in October. LG has released some mightier phones in the recent past and we would love to see what LG hold next.

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  1. The question is will LG finally give us Quick Charge 2.0 and will this phone come with a Stylus? Those two features will make this phone future proof.

    • I don’t think that LG G4 Pro with Stylus will be useful as LG’s user interface is not as optimized for stylus as Samsung’s Touchwiz is.

  2. 5.8″ is just too large.
    LG should stick to what works.
    My G4 fits nicely in the hand, versus my other semi-permanent phone the Huawei Ascend Mate 11 at 6.1″ (it is a brick). It stays at home and is simply a WiFi device.
    Whilst waiting for the G4 to be released I bought
    a Zenfone 2. What a great device and excellent value for money. At 5.5″ also, the difference in size was noticable.
    LG should strike a deal with Samsung and buy in its octacore processor and DDR4 ram if Qualcomm’s 820 chipset isn’t ready by late Q3 or early Q4.
    Please do a comparison between Nokia’s old 41mp camera and the G4’s 16mp, or is that like comparing apples and oranges?

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