LG is expected to unveil the G Pro 2 at Mobile World Congress 2014 later this month, but it looks like the South Korean company may announce the new device even earlier than we thought. A press invitation sent out earlier today teases an LG event scheduled for Feb. 13 in Korea where the upcoming phablet may make an appearance.
The invitation itself is pretty vague, though a reference to Bob Dylan’s “Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door” suggests LG won’t be getting rid of its Knock-On feature, which lets you turn on the LG G2 by simply tapping on the screen. Other than that we don’t see any references to the G Pro 2, though ZDNet Korea seems convinced the new phablet will be the focus of next week’s event.
Based on previous reports, the G Pro 2 is expected to pack a quad-core Snapdragon 800 processor, 3GB of RAM, and a bigger screen than the 5.2-inch display on the G2. The new phablet will likely run Android 4.4 KitKat with LG’s own software on top, and offers the same rear buttons we’ve seen on the G2 and the G Flex according to one leaked photo.
There’s no confirmation that the G Pro 2 will be unveiled next week in Korea, but we’ll definitely be keeping an eye on the event. For now, check out LG’s full invitation below and let us know if you uncover any other clues that may be hiding in the graphic.