The math adds up now - the LG Optimus G Pro which experienced its biggest leak in the Land of the Rising Sun was as true as it could be, so you can ditch that saltshaker of yours right now, as Japanese carrier NTT DoCoMo confirmed that they will be rolling out the LG Optimus G Pro as part of their upcoming spring range of smartphones.
This would mean LG is jumping aboard the smartphone bandwagon that has passengers which boast of a Full HD display at 5” in size or more, in addition to carrying other hardware capabilities such as a speedier quad-core 1.7GHz Snapdragon S4 Pro processor and Android 4.1 Jelly Bean as the operating system of choice right out of the box.
Of course, you would have to take into consideration the high powered display and a faster processor would mean draining the battery faster than normal, which is why LG has decided to throw in a beefier battery in the form of a 3,000mAh bad boy.
As for the other hardware specifications, we are looking at 2GB RAM, a massive 13-megapixel camera that would surely make short work of the 32GB of internal memory, so it is a good thing LG has decided to include a microSDXC memory card slot to help you out there. LTE connectivity is also part of the solution, and if you are living in Japan, you will have to hold out your patience until early this April to own the LG Optimus G Pro and call one as your own.
Source: Translated Page (Japanese)