Model numbers uncovered for multiple LG phones; G Pro 2 among them?

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Our focus on LG smartphones feels like it’s been dominated by the G Flex for the past few months, but that’s not the only one of the company’s models people have been talking about. While there’s been little in the way of hard information, rumors have suggested that LG has been developing a follow-up to last year’s Optimus G Pro (and something a little better than the GX, hopefully), a presumptive G Pro 2. Now a handful of new LG model numbers have turned up from benchmark and regulatory sources, and one of them just might be this G Pro 2.

We see mention of the LG LS740, D410, D320, MS323, and D830. It’s the last one there that’s getting all the G Pro 2 attention, but we have to admit that the evidence is a little thin – all we really know so far is from an old UAProf that this is a 1080p phone. But then again, rumors have also suggested that LG might be going 2K with the G Pro 2; after all, the original Optimus G Pro was LG’s first 1080p model, so what better way to introduce the next-gen of screen resolutions?

As for all those other model, there’s not much to get excited about just yet. The LS740 looks like it will be a Sprint device, but odds are this is just some mid-ranger (though at least with LTE connectivity). Maybe we’ll be hearing some more about a few of these handsets at next month’s MWC.

Source: phoneArena, HTML5test
Via: Android Guys

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