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LG G Pro Lite officially launched in India for Rs 22,990

It has a huge 5.5 inch screen and comes with a stylus

LG Electronics today officially announced the launch of the G Pro Lite Dual for Rs 22,990. As reported by The Mobile Indian earlier, the dual SIM phablet is already available from Snapdeal (an online retailer) for Rs 18,300.

The phablet has dedicated hot key, which provides total communication flexibility, allowing users to manage two phone numbers from a single phone easier than ever. It has a 5.5-inch qHD IPS display, Android Jelly Bean operating system, 3,140 mAh removable battery, 8 megapixel BSI camera and 1.3 megapixel front camera. It is powered by a 1GHz Dual core processor along with 1 GB of RAM.
LG G Pro Lite officially launched
Announcing the launch, Soon Kwon, managing director, LG India, said, “The LG G Pro Lite is a feature and experience rich smartphone specifically designed to provide communication flexibility to our growing customer base.”
LG G Pro Lite officially launched
The phone is also designed with an ultra-narrow bezel for an incredible edge-to-edge viewing experience, slim design for optimal one-hand grip and convenient UX features shared with LG’s other premium G Series smartphones.

The Stylus Pen that is included with the LG G Pro Lite increases the smartphone’s usability. The Stylus Pen allows for quick and accurate handwriting and can be stored conveniently in a slot at the top of the phone. And for customers who are increasingly turning to their smartphones for entertainment, LG equipped the LG G Pro Lite with Dual Speakers for excellent audio performance with or without headphones.

LG G Pro Lite comes with some preloaded apps that have been seen on devices like LG Optimus G Pro and the flagship, the G2. Some of the popular preloaded features included in the new phablet are KnockON, Pause and Resume Recording, QSlide, QuickMemo and QTranslator.

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