A week after the 5.5-incher Optimus G Pro's official images were released, LG officially launches their flagship phone in South Korea and news are rife that North America and Japan will be getting the gargantuan smartphone on the second quarter.
Next week, expect Korean fans to line up in stores to get their Optimus G Pro with its quad core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, 2GB memory and 32GB expandable storage. It runs on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. Users will enjoy full HD touchscreen and a 13MP rear camera. It also has a bigger battery to support its capabilities.
Another country that will soon get its hands on the LG Optimus G Pro is Japan. However, another Optimus G Pro has been announced prior and it is possible that LG might rebrand to avoid confusion. For now, we can only wait and see.
LG will showcase the Optimus G Pro at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona next week.
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Samsung and Apple launched new flagship smartphones in 2012 with the Samsung Galaxy S III and the Apple iPhone 5, and each smartphone is still widely regarded as "top of the line" within the larger marketplace.
According to ad network Chitika's latest traffic study, Samsung's Galaxy S3 has caught the iPhone 5 in terms of the amount of Internet traffic it generates. The findings are drawn from "tens of millions of U.S. and Canadian smartphone mobile ad impressions" this month.
Chitika said that in October 2012, Apple's latest iPhone enjoyed an 8-point lead in Web traffic share over Samsung's Galaxy. Now, it's down to one point, according to the ad network.
The charts above reflects the comparative shares of the Samsung Galaxy S3 and the Apple iPhone 5 when looking only at traffic coming from the two devices.