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LG G Pro 2 images show similar rear-mounted buttons as G2

updated 12:04 pm EST, Wed January 29, 2014

Back buttons under rear camera, could include LG G2 features

The LG G Pro 2 will apparently continue to offer the same rear-mounted button controls as the LG G2, according to recently leaked photographs. A set of three buttons are shown on the back below the camera, similar to the earlier LG flagship, and though they appear to be more pronounced than the previous release, their functionality is not likely to have changed.

The images from the Korean DC Inside forum are not accompanied by any further details, though it appears from the side view that the buttons are large enough to raise the top end of the smartphone off the tablet. Android Community speculates that the G Pro 2 will also include other features introduced with the LG G2, such as Knock, Guest Mode, Qslide, and others.

LG G Pro 2
LG G Pro 2



One rumor last week suggested the G Pro 2 will ship with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor with 3GB of RAM, a six-inch Full HD display, LTE-Advanced connectivity, and an increased focus on multitasking. The smartphone is thought to make an appearance at Mobile World Congress next month.



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