Monday, 14 October 2013

LG G Pro Lite review; a low-price variant to Optimus G Pro phablet



LG has surfaced out a light variant of its Optimus G Pro phablet called the LG G Pro Lite.

The device is meant at a more budget-conscious crowd and it also boasts a welcome bonus of a digital pen.

You will be getting the G Pro Lite in single and dual SIM options. Let us check out the specs and features of the new LG budget phablet below.


The LG G Pro Lite features a 5.5-inch qHD LCD display of 960 x 540 pixels.


It is equipped with a dual-core MediaTek MT6577 1GHz processor, 1GB of RAM and 8GB internal memory, plus a microSD slot to let you expand storage capacity if needed. The software to run the device is Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean.


The major attraction point of the budget phablet is its stylus pen, which has a slot in the device.


Well, you can easily type text and navigate the large display of the device easily with the stylus. It also highlights stereo speakers for bringing in quality sound.


Meanwhile, the dual SIM variant of the G Pro Lite features capacitive touch keys, and it also has an exclusive Hot Key to let you switch between SIM cards.


If you look at the rest of the device’s features, it has a standard 8MP camera that works with a backside-illuminated sensor and a 1.3MP front snapper for video chatting purposes.


Regarding size and weight, the LG G Pro Lite measures at 150.2 x 76.9 x 9.4 mm and it scales up to 161 grams.


It is to hit shelves in black and white options. LG will debut the G Pro Lite late this month in Latin America, and will be released in some Asian markets and Russia. No idea is there about its price tag as of now.