The LG G Pro Lite dual may have got a higher official price than expected previously, but there’s good some news. After the phone popped up online with Rs 18,300 tacked to it, LG came out and announced that the actual cost is Rs 22,990. But that’s obviously only as far as MRPs are concerned.
Check this out – SnapDeal is actually offering to sell you the phablet for Rs 19,990 and will deliver it within one business day. Nice, no? Those who’re strapped for cash at present have the option of spreading the payment over 3 or 6 months at Rs 6,663 or Rs 3,332, respectively.
LG has loaded the smartphone with features like Pause and Resume Recording, QSlide, KnockON, QuickMemo and QTranslator among other things. The device also has a cavity for stowing away a stylus pen and comparisons to the Galaxy Note by Samsung.
Here’s a brief run through the specs for those who haven’t heard of the G Pro Lite dual yet:
– 5.5-inch, 960 x 540p IPS touchscreen
– 1GHz dual core processor
– Android 4.1 OS
– 32GB microSD support, 8GB ROM, 1GB RAM
– 8MP and 1.3MP cameras
– Dual SIM slots
– 3140mAh battery
LG is clearly trying to jostle its way into the blooming mid-range phablet segment in India with the G Pro Lite dual. The company does not intend to sell it in bigger markets like the US or the UK. But Latin America, China, the Middle East and Russia are on the release schedule.
Here’s a link to the Snapdeal page for those of you who want to lay hands on the smartphone.