The Korean manufacturer LG has unveiled a new mobile phone, the LG G Pro 2. It is the upgraded version of its award-winning smartphone G Pro. Among other things, it has a much larger screen of 5.9 inches, making it almost a ‘phablet’. It is also thicker and offers better sound quality than its predecessor.
It has the Knock Code technology, already introduced last year with the LG G2. This tool permits and unlocks the phone with knuckles touch screen, as if it were knocking on the door. “Knock Code is an example of LG to provide simple and convenient mobile lifestyle solutions for consumers”, said Jong-seok Park, President and CEO of LG Electronics Mobile Communications Company.
“While in the early years of the smartphone was a contest to see how many features could be put on phones, our researchers took a long hard look at how consumers were actually using their devices in their daily lives and we included only the most useful for the user experience. We believe that customers will agree”, he said in the note.
The G Pro 2 is the first “smartphone” of LG integrates a 13 megapixel camera with OIS + (Optical Image Stabilizer Plus) and advanced features ideal for creating content to share. Ensure that the camera ensures better photos in low light and movement situation.
The camera allows recording in 4K Ultra HD, making videos at 120 frames per second, which guarantees footage in slow motion, “magic focus”, “Natural Flash” and what they call “flash for selfies”. For now only be available in Korea. It will be shown to the public in general at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.