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SlashGear Dec 16, 2013

This device works with some advanced abilities like that of the LG G2, one of them being the “knock on” ability that allows you to tap your smartphone’s display to wake it up. This device rolls out with a 13-megapixel camera at its back and the ability to interact with LG smart TV devices as...

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Android Central Dec 15, 2013

Design-wise, it looks a bit like a mash-up an LG G2 and an Optimus G Pro, with standard side-mounted buttons, a plastic shell with metal accents and a physical home button with a capacitive navigation button on either side.

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