By Alexandra Burlacu | Feb 04, 2014 08:22 AM EST
LG has already revealed that it will announce its LG G Pro 2 at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2014, and now the company is offering some teasers.
Just a few weeks away from MWC, LG has started to tease a few of the power features its LG G Pro 2 will have to offer in terms of camera.
According to a new post on the company's Korean blog, the LG G Pro 2 will boast a 13-megapixel rear camera just like its predecessor and the LG G2 flagship, but will add some notable improvements. The lens will sport several advanced features that are not available with the previous models.
With the LG G Pro 2, the company will improve on optical image stabilization (OIS) with OIS Plus technology, which is designed to better compensate if your hands are trembling. In order to achieve this, LG is using its Electro Image System (EIS), which helps correct trembled images.
The upcoming LG G Pro 2 will also be able to capture video in UHD resolution, more commonly referred to as 4K, i.e. at 3840 x 2160 pixels. A few high-end devices such as the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and the Acer Liquid S2 already offer this feature, and LG is now joining the party.
Another neat feature the LG G Pro 2 will have to offer is slow motion video, where the smartphone's camera will capture footage at 1.4x speed. A 20-shot burst mode, meanwhile, will rapidly shoot up to 20 photos and combine them in a single photo for the best image possible. The LG G Pro 2 should also have a refreshed camera interface, as well as an enhanced 2.1-megapixel front-facing shooter.
Aside from the camera capabilities, the LG G Pro 2 is expected to launch with a large 6-inch full HD display, a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor, 2GB of RAM, and other high-end specs and features.
LG will likely continue teasing its upcoming LG G Pro 2 as we get closer to the handset's unveiling at MWC 2014, so stay tuned for more details as soon as they become available.
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