LG G Pro 2
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With a solid construction, good battery life and plenty of firepower, the G Pro 2 is a contender for the best large-screen phone on the market.
- Fast and powerful
- Good camera
- Solid build quality and design
- Long battery life
- Expensive to import (no US models yet)
- A few early bugs
- Textured back plate feels a little too slick
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LG G Pro 2
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- 81AVERAGE CRITIC SCORE7 ReviewsCNET80LG G Pro 2 review: Stunning screen and speed withoThe LG G Pro 2 delivers plenty of power, a huge and lovely screen, and a feature-packed camera, but the Galaxy Note 3's stylus and superior styling give it the edge.Engadget90LG G Pro 2 review: new year, new Note contenderWith a solid construction, good battery life and plenty of firepower, the G Pro 2 is a contender for the best large-screen phone on the market.AnandTechNot RatedLG G Pro 2 and G2 Mini launched: Analysis and HandThe G Pro 2 also continues the G Pro's hardware line with a removable battery and microSD slot, which is why there isn't a curved battery, which is definitely a big reason why the G Pro 2 doesn't have a significantly larger battery than the G2 despite its much larger size.Ars TechnicaNot RatedHands on with the LG G Pro 2 and the G2 miniTake a G-Flex, and smash it flat, and you've got a G Pro 2. The 6-inch display of the G Flex has shrunk just a little, to 5.9 inches, but since the G Pro 2 is flat, it can use a normal 1080p LCD screen, instead of the grainy, uneven, flexible OLED in the G Flex.EngadgetNot RatedHands-on with the LG G Pro 2 (video)The G Pro 2's screen is gorgeous and exactly what we've come to expect from high-end Android flagships. The particular panel on the G Pro 2 is a full HD (1080P) IPS display, meaning viewing angles are excellent -- especially handy with a phone of this size.PC MagNot RatedHands On: LG G Pro 2, G2 Mini, and MoreThe LG G Pro 2, LG's new flagship phablet, is impressive but lacks one of the standout features I loved on AT&T's G Pro: at 3.22 inches wide (compared to the G Pro's 3 inches and the Galaxy Note 3's 3.12), it isn't narrower than the competition anymore.Laptop MagazineNot RatedLG G Pro 2 Hands-on: 5.9-inch Display, Quad-Core CThe feature LG seems most proud of is the G Pro 2’s Knock Code function. An outgrowth of the company’s KnockON, which lets you unlock the phones display with two taps on the display, Knock Code lets you unlock your device using one of more than 80,000 knocking patters.SlashGear80LG G Pro 2 ReviewWorking with one of the finest processors on the market and a display that’s both sharp and bright in essentially any environment, there’s little to dislike about this handset.The Verge80LG G Pro 2 review: the evolutionary processThe G Pro 2 is really just a bigger G2 that's even more difficult to use in one hand and fits in fewer jacket or pants pockets.GSM Arena80LG G Pro 2 review: See you 2morrowIt is an excellent device, offering stellar experience and demanding no compromises from the user. The screen is awesome, there are no issues with speed and response and the camera delivers on its promises. Helpful software is at hand too, assisting in plenty of your day-to-day operations.TechRadarNot RatedHands on: LG G Pro 2 reviewThe LG G Pro 2 is a decent supersized smartphone and if it does manage to make it out of Asia then it will give the current crop of phablets a real run for their money.T3Not RatedLG G Pro 2 Review: Hands-onOn first view, the LG G Pro 2 has a lot going for it - most notably with the improved camera skills making it strong for stills and shooting video. Throw in a couple of other neat software touches... The big question is at what cost?The VergeNot RatedLG's G Pro 2 is like an inflexible G FlexThe big advances in the G Pro 2 are a 20 percent improvement (relative to the G2) in the camera's optical image stabilization system and a 30 percent louder sound output, courtesy of a 1W speaker setup.Digital Trends80LG G PRO 2 REVIEWThe G Pro 2 is another great phablet from LG, and is a point-for-point draw against the Galaxy Note 3.Android Community80LG G Pro 2 reviewBottom line here, the LG G Pro 2 appears to be an all around solid performer and it held up well in our day to day use. The display was solid, and battery life proved nothing to worry about.TrustedReviewsNot RatedLG G Pro 2 Review: First Impressions from MWC 2014The LG G Pro 2 is basically a bigger LG G2. And many of you may prefer the slightly smaller body of that 6-month-old phone. However, if LG treats this new mobile like the G2 and tries to sell it at an aggressive price, it could be a top pick for those wanting an oversized screen.
- 93AVERAGE USER SCORE4 ReviewsEngadget Reader90December 15, 2014Feedback submitted!Unable to submit feedback!The best in its category. We highly recommend it. - EngadgetEngadget Reader90October 17, 2014Feedback submitted!Unable to submit feedback!The best in its category. We highly recommend it. - EngadgetEngadget Reader100August 19, 2014Feedback submitted!Unable to submit feedback!I'm using LG brand Smart phones from the past 10 yearsso LG g PRO 2 is not much more to me its like a play toy for me as i do R&D on many smart phones.Till now i have not faced any type of physical problems in the handsets which i have used & usingIT's an excellent handset compared to anything in the world.Go east or west LG is the bestEngadget Reader90July 5, 2014Feedback submitted!Unable to submit feedback!Great smart phone for an affordable price...certainly beats galaxy note 3 in many aspects.
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