Unveiled to the world just before last month’s MWC 2014, LG G Pro 2 is the Korean company’s most advanced smartphone to date. Featuring a 5.9-inch full HD IPS display, it runs on a 2.2GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 quad-core processor and 3GB of RAM alongside 13-megapixels rear camera with 4K recording capability together with 2.1-megapixels front camera.
Earlier today, LG has announced that the new smartphone is coming to the Asian market and making the region as one of the first market to receive LG G Pro 2. However, the company seems to forget about this one particular country…
…and that country is Malaysia. Not sure how this happened but it is rather baffling to see LG launching the device in countries surrounding our market such as Singapore, Indonesia, Vietnam, and Philippines but missing Malaysia altogether.
Then again, LG always took its own sweet time to release its smartphones in Malaysia. For example, the LG Optimus G was only released in Malaysia in May 2013 even though the smartphone was announced much earlier in 2012. Things wasn’t so bad though for its current top of the range model in Malaysia – the LG Optimus Pro – which was released in our market three months after its initial global roll-out.
We have contacted LG Malaysia regarding this but unfortunately, the company doesn’t have any good news to share at the moment. With that, I afraid Malaysian consumers might have to wait for a while before they can have their hands on the LG G Pro 2. Nevertheless, check out our first hands-on impression of the smartphone during our time at MWC 2014 right here if you are curious to know more about LG G Pro 2.
[Source: LG Newsroom]