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.
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With the Samsung Galaxy S4 on the market, people are asking themselves if they should switch to the S4 or, if they need an upgrade, perhaps buy a Note 2 instead of the S4. Are you troubled? We're here to help.
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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?