LG is reportedly preparing to show off the LG G Pro 2 at an event in Korea on Thursday.
The LG G Pro 2 is the follow up to its first phablet, the Optimus G Pro. The company has sent out invites to members of the Korean press.
The invites don’t provide very much information about the event. They include an image of a door creeping open, footsteps leading into it and the text “Knock-knock knockin’ on”.
The event will be held at LG’s Twin Towers in the South Korean capital Seoul.
There is no guarantee that the smartphone will be unveiled at the event.
However, it is understood that many smartphone makers have revised plans to unveil new devices at Mobile World Congress following news Samsung will likely show off the Galaxy S5 there.
This event could be the result of that move by Samsung.
LG has confirmed several details about its next generation phablet ahead of its official unveiling. So far the company has said that the phone’s rear camera will feature optical image stabilization, as well as confirming that it will be making an appearance at Mobile World Congress.
The LG G Pro 2 has also been at the center of a wide range of rumors in recent weeks. The latest has claimed that the phone may come with high quality speakers, giving it 30 percent better audio playback than its predecessor.
The event is due to take place on Thursday February 13th. We’ll be bringing you news of what ever is announced at the event.