LG sent invites to their press event during Mobile World Congress, and if there is anything we can take from this it’s that LG has more to offer than just the Nexus 4. You can clearly see the giant 4 to the left of the invitation which indicates, if anything, that there will be 4 new devices from LG at this years Mobile World Congress. While there have been many rumors surrounding what devices may be shown, many sources have been pointing to two main ones.
The first of these rumors is the possibility of a new device line being dubbed the “F” series which many speculate to be a line of 4G-LTE capable devices that are set to be in the “affordable” price range for consumers. The second half of this rumor is the possible refresher (upgrades) to the current “L Series” line of devices that were shown at the last year’s MWC. Possible upgrades may include a faster processor or maybe a bigger battery.
The second rumor is that of the 5.5 inch Full HD Optimus G Pro. This behemoth looks to be LG’s answer to Samsung’s widely popular Galaxy Note II. Boasting both a slightly bigger battery (3140 mAh), a 1.7 GHz Quad-Core Processor, 2 GB of RAM and a 13-Megapixel camera this device might be a true competitor. Below is the leaked image we showed you the other day.
So if you find yourself at this years Mobile World Congress on February 25th around 8 AM do check out LG’s Event as it is sure to be news worthy. For everyone else in the states check back here for more up to date info about the LG’s event.