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Default LG Pro 2 coming to America?

Anyone know?

I really want to get this device. Loved the G2 but felt it was a bit small compared to my Note 3.

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I heard in April it should be coming out in America but that was only a rumor. I can decide if I should wait for this phone or get the note 3 now?!
 
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I've just picked up the Korean variant of the LG G Pro 2, and it's a great phone. Good weight, beautiful screen, and although it's plastic, I really like the color and pattern on the back.

I'm just posting for those who are debating between a Note 3 or G Pro 2. Unless it's not being launched in the states, I would definitely wait for the G Pro 2.
 
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I heard in April it should be coming out in America but that was only a rumor. I can decide if I should wait for this phone or get the note 3 now?!
Are the Korean specs any different than other versions?

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Are the Korean specs any different than other versions?

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have a look at this .. the Korean version

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/1311220284...84.m1423.l2649
 
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They may just have pockets big enough for the G Pro 2!!

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I read April 10th launch outside SK
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I've just picked up the Korean variant of the LG G Pro 2, and it's a great phone. Good weight, beautiful screen, and although it's plastic, I really like the color and pattern on the back.

I'm just posting for those who are debating between a Note 3 or G Pro 2. Unless it's not being launched in the states, I would definitely wait for the G Pro 2.

Hello I am interested in getting the LG Gpro 2 korean version. Two quick questions. Korean phones usually have an 80 character SMS limit. Did yours have this limit?

Also because the phone thinks you are roaming outside of Korea it will display dual clocks on the lock screen. Has that happened to you?

Many thanks for your help!

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