Remember the time LG introduced a Galaxy Note competitor called the G Pro Lite and said it would be coming soon? So what if the Korean company hasn’t made it official in India yet. It’s already available in the country with an asking price of Rs 18,300.
If you scroll down for a quick glance at the specifications, you’ll see that the LG G Pro Lite does not boast of high end features. It’s a mid-range device at best. But it should offer a nice answer to those trying to sniff out an affordable, large screen smartphone from a well known brand.
The Jelly Bean-powered handset comes with a Stylus Pen à la Galaxy Note and sports a 5.5-inch touch display. Users can switch between SIMs without breaking a sweat courtesy of a dedicated hotkey. And the best thing of all for stop motion film hobbyists is the camera with its ability to pause and resume shooting so that you get one whole, unbroken video clip at the end of recording.
Trying to make a buying decision? This specs list might be helpful:
– 5.5-inch, 960 x 540p resolution touchscreen
– Android 4.1.2 (Jelly Bean) OS
– Dual core 1GHz MT6577 processor
– 1GB RAM, 8GB onboard memory, 32GB microSD support
– 8MP main camera with BSI sensor, 1.3MP front lens
– Dual SIM slots
– 150.2mm x 76.9mm x 9.4mm dimensions
– 161g weight
– 3140mAh removable battery
Interested parties can hit this Snapdeal link and get their paws on the G Pro Lite. According to the website, it ships within 5 business days and is available in black as well as white color options.