LG's new G Pro Lite Dual, which was officially announced earlier this month, is now on sale in India. Online retailer Snapdeal is selling LG's budget phablet at a bargain, just Rs. 18,300. But is the price justified, seeing how severely cut down the specifications are?
To begin with, the G Pro Lite has only one similarity with the Optimus G Pro, and that is the form factor. Under the hood, you will find a lowly 1 GHz dual-core MediaTek MT6577 chipset, 1 GB of RAM, 8 GB expandable storage, dual SIM slots with dual active standby and a 3,140 mAh battery (it retains battery capacity as well). Design wise, LG decided to put four capacitive buttons, which is something we haven't seen on Android phones for over two years now. The G Pro Lite Dual will face tough competition from Indian brands, and even from the Sony Xperia C (a MediaTek quad-core ODM device).
Expect the device to go on sale officially in the coming week. Can't wait for that long, head over to Snapdeal and order you G Pro Lite dual today.