The 2015 flagship G4 is not the only LG handset to come packed with cutting-edge specifications: The South Korean tech giant apparently is gearing up to release “LG G4 Pro” with much better configurations. In addition to featuring top-of-the-line specs, Phone Arena says, the LG G4 Pro will flaunt a full metal body, instead of the polycarbonate/plastic design feature seen in other LG devices.

The handset reportedly will arrive in October. According to a report shared via the Chinese social networking site Weibo, the LG device will come with a humongous 5.8-inch IPS LCD display, bundled with a killer 1,440-x-2,560-pixel resolution.

Te handset will run on the upcoming Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 chip, which is said to be very powerful. Plus, the smartphone will flaunt 4 GB of RAM, which not many devices can claim. The Xiaomi Mi Note Pro and Lenovo K80 both have this configuration, notes the Gadget Fan, while the upcoming Oppo Find 9 and Motorola Moto X 2015 are rumored to feature 4 GB as well.

As for memory, the LG G4 Pro reportedly will come equipped with 32 GB or 64 GB of built-in storage and microSD card support for expansion of up to 128 GB. The handset reportedly will sport a one-of-a-kind 27 MP rear-facing camera; the front-facing shooter for selfies and video chats will be an 8 MP unit.

GSM Arena says the LG G4 Pro will run on Android 5.1 Lollipop, along with LG’s own Optimus UX 4.0 UI. The South Korean tech giant has not confirmed the LG G4 Pro specifications or release date.

What do you think of the LG G4 Pro? Has LG made a mistake by releasing a relatively less-packed flagship G4 when compared to the Pro version? Feel free to leave a comment.