LG is on a comeback of sorts. In the past months, the Korean phone maker has taken some big steps towards establishing itself as a top high-end Android manufacturer. With all the availability problems, the Google-branded Nexus 4 proved a hit, while the Optimus G has impressed everybody with its top specs and stylish design.
But time moves so fast in the Android world. Just months after the Optimus G was launched, LG unveiled the Optimus G Pro, a faster, bigger device squarely targeted at Samsung’s pen-equipped Galaxy Note 2.
At MWC 2013, we’ve had the opportunity to take the LG Optimus G Pro for a quick spin. The device, which was first announced on February 12, is an impressive piece of equipment, powered by Qualcomm’s newest processor and sporting an eye-pleasing 5.5-inch full HD display.
Our Darcy LaCouvee has enjoyed some quality time with the LG Optimus G Pro. We will be soon publishing his first impressions and a hands-on video. For more images of the LG Optimus G Pro check out our hands-on photo gallery. Stay tuned for versus posts and more coverage!
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Lg needs to slow down
Maybe I’ll wait to get that Note II…
no LG gotta speed up and take apples place. i honestly hope that LG gets ahead. i’d want motorola to ad well but their sorta in quite right now.