First Impressions: LG G Pro 2 — A Great Alternative to the Note 3
19 November 2014
Excerpt: We played with LG’s latest and greatest — the G Pro 2 — right here at Mobile World Congress 2014 in Barcelona and found out why this amazing device is a great, if not, better alternative to Samsung’s Galaxy Note 3.
LG G Pro 2 Review: Better Camera Than LG G2, Good Audio and Display, Underwhelming Battery (Video)
30 June 2014
Conclusion: And now the grades: we give this model a 9.5 out of 10 for design, an 8.7 for hardware and a 9 for OS and UI. Keep in mind that the battery problem may be an unlucky case for our test unit and not a general feature, so the hardware grade may be in fact bigger.
Pros: very good audio, good display, camera improved from the LG G2, OIS, very nice design, one hand use mode, Knock Code, good performance, no bloatware, fast charging, no lag
Cons: bad battery, bad night capture, old UI, oversaturated screen and pictures, doesn’t stand out through anything special
Excerpt: The LG G Pro 2 is a very good option for anyone looking to buy a large screen high-end/premium Android phone. The G Pro 2 offers a good feature set, impressive performance and a very aggresive price tag.
Summary: At the end of our time with the LG G Pro 2, we can say that the company is going on the right track, but the Pro series may still need some work. The G Pro 2 is an amazing smartphone, no doubt about it, but after using it as a my personal phone for a couple of days, I’m 100% sure I don’t want a...
LG G Pro 2 Review: Is LG’s Newest Phablet Worth It?
1 May 2014
Excerpt: Full review of the LG G Pro 2! LG’s G Pro 2 is an interesting proposition. It’s quite obviously the most expensive device in LG’s current Android lineup (at least until the G3 rolls around) and is the biggest in terms of size.
Excerpt: It's coming soon to AT&T, and Aaron's diving into the nitty gritty of the (international) LG Optimus G Pro , a serious competitor to the popular Samsung Galaxy Note II . Offering a 1.7 GHz quad-core Snapdragon 600 processor, the Optimus G Pro packs a 5.5-inch 1080p HD display, 13-megapixel camera...
Summary: This Pro 2 has all the ingredients needed for an exceptional phone; powerful processor, Android software, superb display and camera. So if you have around 6000 EGP to spare and you don’t mind its big size, then definitely consider it.
Pros: Full-HD display, speedy performance, interactive Android software and fast 4K video recording.
Cons: Physically large and expected to be expensive.
LG G Pro 2 Hands-On, First Impressions: Fantabulous Phablet
16 April 2014
Excerpt: We get some quality time with the LG G Pro 2! A few days ago LG officially launched their newest phablet, the G Pro 2 here in the Philippines. While we’ve managed to get a review unit of the G2 Mini early, the G Pro 2 eluded us for quite a bit until we finally tracked one down yesterday. We’ve ...
Excerpt: Iterate and update. That's the mantra of the smartphone world these days. Where radical design changes between generations of phones might have been commonplace just a year or so ago, most manufacturers are sticking with designs that work and iterating on them with each generation.
Pros: Great display, Great battery life, Improved design
Cons: Rear buttons are awkward, Software is overbearing, Camera is unimpressive
Conclusion: We very much enjoyed using the G Pro 2, and though we’ll likely go back to a smaller-screened phone after the review period is over, it’s a great device. It doesn’t have the S Pen stylus of the Note 3, but stacks up to Samsung’s flagship phone in every other way.
Pros: Powerful processor, Gorgeous screen, KnockOn feature works well, Comfortable to hold for a phablet, MicroSD support, Good camera
Cons: It’s still massive, Not waterproof or extra durable, Price tag unknown, Lacks a stylus, No standout reason to choose it