The LG Optimus G Pro will finally be sold across Asia this June. The release date is on May 30, and the rollout will last all throughout next month.
Samsung spawned a new market when it released the Galaxy Note, and while it has taken a while for other manufacturers to catch up, LG looks to have hit a homerun with the LG Optimus G Pro. U.S. consumer magazine Consumer Report, has stated that the Optimus G Pro is both better and cheaper than the current king of large-screen smartphones, the Samsung Galaxy Note 2.
Doubling up global smartphone sales in just 12 months is no mean feat, but that’s exactly what LG Electronics has planned for 2013.
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The elusive 32GB model of the Galaxy S4 is finally available on AT&T as well as LG’s Note competitor, the Optimus G Pro. Read on to find out more!
The LG Optimus G Pro smartphone is now available in the U.S. exclusively at AT&T. Tell us in your poll, what grade do you give it?
A new rumor says the LG Optimus G2 has been spotted in AnTuTu benchmarks with a similar device version seen at the Bluetooth SIG. Is it the real deal? Read on to find out more details!
With the LG Optimus G Pro joining the lineup of amazing smartphones already on offer from AT&T, we take a quick look at how the LG flagship compares.
The two South Korean heavyweights LG and Samsung both have large screen phones on the market. Samsung got there first with the Note II while the LG Optimus G Pro is the relative newcomer. Both phones are proving popular, but which one has better numbers?