LG is comparing the display of the Optimus G Pro with the Galaxy Note 2 in a new video. While the simulations are a bit over the top, the points are still valid.
LG has just announced that they’ve shipped over 10 million phones that have 4G LTE support. That means they’ve been shipping less than 750,000 units/month. Is that good or bad?
Aaand it’s over. Too soon, too uneventful, but what can you do? After all, it’s not like we expected MWC 2013 to blow our socks off.
LG has announced the WCP-300, the world’s smallest wireless charger that’s compatible with the Nexus 4, Optimus G Pro and other LG devices.
In this versus post, we take a look at how the Optimus G Pro and the Oppo Find 5 do against each other.
Flagship Android smartphones seem to be getting bigger every year. As the line between smartphone and tablet vanishes altogether we’re left wondering how big is too big?
Well, this is a disappointment. LG’s supposed grand MWC outing, teased quite heavily in the past weeks, turned out to be nothing more than a recap of previously released and/or leaked devices.
Both the LG Optimus G Pro and the HTC Droid DNA are complete Android powerhouses, but what are the similarities and differences between them?
In one corner, the Optimus G Pro boasts the power of the benchmark-smashing Snapdragon 600 system on a chip. In the other, the Note 2 shows off its rich set of software abilities and the versatile S Pen. Who will win? Let the battle begin.
We had the opportunity to play with the LG Optimus G Pro, and we have to say, we came out pretty impressed. Check out our hands on and first impressions!