The rumored LG G Pro 2 will come with a powerful camera that will apparently be better than the one found in the LG G2. What the Korean company calls OIS Plus is a new technology that adds software-based image stabilization to the mix to create even clearer shots.
In addition, this camera will support 1.4 times slow motion and 4K / UHD (Ultra High Definition) video capture with resolution of 3840×2160 pixels. Plus, let’s not forget a whole new 20-shot burst mode that will combine all shots into a single photo to enable new effects.
Again, the successor to the Optimus G Pro will rock a faster Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 quad-core chip, full HD screen, LTE-A connectivity support, G2-like buttons on the back, at least 16GB of internal storage and most likely 3GB of RAM. Chances are, this time round, LG won’t limit the availability of its phablet to just a few markets like South Korea and U.S. – we’ll likely see the G Pro 2 hitting more countries all around the world…