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LG G Pro 2 camera to be 13-megapixel OIS offering, company confirms

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With the phone having already been confirmed ahead of an MWC 2014 formal unveiling, LG has now revealed that the LG G Pro 2 will feature a 13-megapixel camera with optical image stabilisation.

Making the announcement via its official blog, the Korean manufacturer has teased further LG G Pro 2 specs, focussing on the handset’s camera collection which will also see a 2.1-megapixel sensor present on the front of the phone.

As well as improving the phone’s primary snapper with the inclusion of optical image stabilisation, the LG blog post has revealed that the upcoming phone will benefit from 4K video recording capabilities, echoing the capabilities of the rival Samsung Galaxy Note 3 launched last year.

LG G Pro 2 will be added to by a variety of camera UX features,” the company wrote in its blog before detailing how the phone will host the ability to shoot slow-motion video content, 20 photo image bursts and feature improved flash management.

Despite having confirmed the phone’s name and planned February unveiling, this marks the first time any of the handset’s official specs have been discussed.

Although concrete details are still somewhat hard to come by, it has been suggested that the LG G Pro 2 will sport a 6-inch, 1080p Full HD display, up on the original handset’s 5.5-inch offering.

Elsewhere, the LG G Pro 2 specs sheet has been tipped to feature a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor, similar to that on the LG G2, 3GB of RAM and Google’s latest Android 4.4 KitKat OS. LG’s now customary rear-mounted volume controls also look set to feature.

Far from the only high-end handset heading for an MWC 2014 unveiling, early today Samsung teased that the long awaited Samsung Galaxy S5 release date will be held on February 24.

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