With the Optimus G Pro official for close to two months now, you’d think LG would be keen on delivering tech users the best technology as quickly as possible
Review: The Optimus G Pro is truly a beast of a phone, in more than one way. But when it’s time to draw the line, is the 5.5-inch a great phone for everyone?
LG managed to piss everyone off during 2012 with sluggish ICS updates, very few JB bumps (none?), empty promises and just poor all-around software support.
You’d think the entire NYC was drooling over the S4 prospect by now, given the mighty ad campaign kicked into gear a while ago in Times Square. However, if Apple doesn’t usually like to engage in bitter anti-competition marketing, LG does.
The LG Optimus G Pro is back in the fight for supremacy after falling off the radar for a while. And it has at least two aces up its sleeve: the 5.5-inch Full HD screen and the humongous 3,150 mAh battery.
The LG Optimus G might have only landed in Europe last month, but it has been available in Asia and North America ever since last fall. And it had everything the competition didn’t. Except for Jelly Bean.
The Android 4.1.2 rollout date for the LG Optimus G on Sprint is still a mystery, but we’re now hearing that several owners of the flagship device have received the long-awaited update.
The Optimus G is just now rolling out in Europe, and the bigger and better Optimus G Pro is about to make its debut in society at MWC, and we’re already hearing news about the future Optimus G2.
If you’re patiently waiting for the Optimus G to land in Europe then you might want to check out the new video LG has uploaded, showing us some of the Optimus G’s new and improved Jelly Bean features.
This is just too confusing. LG is readying the Optimus G Pro (two versions of it, in fact), the G2 is also said to be in the works, while Europeans are only now getting the first-gen Optimus G?