Reviews and Problems with LG Optimus G Pro / Maximo G Pro
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LG G Pro Lite Dual Review
1 February 2014
Summary: To conclude, the LG G Pro Lite Dual is a good mid-range offering that packs a big display with good build, a stylus, great dual-speakers, dual-SIM support, a very useful IR blaster for your TV, and a huge battery. Another strong suit of this device is its price.
Summary: Equipped to the teeth. LG launches a new premium smartphone dubbed Optimus G Pro E986 that features impressive equipment. The smartphone's configuration, comprised of a quad-core Snapdragon 600, an LTE module, a 5.5-inch Full HD screen and 16 GB of storage, is to give the competition the shivers.
Pros: High-quality build, SoC's performance, Bright and large Full HD screen, 16 GB of storage, LTE support, NFC module, Removable battery, The nicely comprised overall bundle. In total, the Optimus G Pro E986 is impressive in virtually every field and has really earned the label "Premium Smartphone". ...
Cons: Steep purchase price, Primary camera only middling for a premium device, Moderate battery runtime, The strong battery specs (3140 mAh, 11.9 Wh) only look good on paper because the Optimus G Pro E986 cannot compete with its rivals. A somewhat more efficient energy management would boost the smartp...
Summary: Going into 2013, LG and HTC seem to have two opposite trajectories. The once mighty HTC is severely losing momentum in terms of sales and fan base. In the other corner, South Korean manufacturer LG is basking in the success of its successful Q4 2012 releases, the LG Optimus G and the Google Nexus 4.
Summary: Simply put, Samsung dominates the smartphone world in terms of sales. The company sold 10 million Galaxy S4’s within a month, and this could quite possibly have to deal with its seemingly endless marketing budget.
Summary: MWC 2013 is in full swing and we’ve already witnessed an abundance of announcements and new devices, including the LG Optimus G Pro. We’ve pitched the Optimus G Pro against the Galaxy Note 2 and the Droid DNA already, and now it’s time to see how the LG flagship fares against the exotic Oppo Find 5...
Conclusion: The LG Optimus G Pro may have entered the market a little late but this flagship phone of LGs did enter with a bit of bang. Some of its features surpass others that were already in the game and those who waited for its release would be happy that they did.
Summary: As a manufacturer of smartphones, LG has sometimes struggled to make their devices both exciting and good looking. There have been fast but boring LG phones, and good-looking but underpowered LG phones, but very few which have managed both power and looks.
Summary: If you’re in the market for a large phone…like a very large phone…the LG Optimus G Pro is as good as it gets. The specs really don’t get much better, and with a 2-day removable battery, expandable storage micro-SD card slot, a beautiful screen, a built-in remote control, and the latest version of...
Pros: Nice and durable build quality, Removable Battery, Built-in IR blaster and remote control app, Blazing fast quad-core processor, Android Jelly Bean, Great camera, 2GB of RAM, Beautiful display with seriously high PPI, Programmable hard button on side, Incredible battery that’s removable, No HDMI-...
Cons: Nice and durable build quality, Removable Battery, Built-in IR blaster and remote control app, Blazing fast quad-core processor, Android Jelly Bean, Great camera, 2GB of RAM, Beautiful display with seriously high PPI, Programmable hard button on side, Incredible battery that’s removable, No HDMI-...
Excerpt: The LG Optimus G Pro. It’s the latest full-force flagship Android smartphone from LG, a phone-maker that doesn’t normally get as much media mileage as an iPhone or a new Samsung Galaxy superphone or even an HTC. But maybe this is the phone that will get them back into the mainstream consciousness.
LG Optimus G Pro E980 AT&T 4G LTE SmartPhone Review
19 August 2013
Summary: Overall the time I spent with the LG Optimus G Pro was a great experience. I didn’t run into any problems when using the phone, or the data plan. The feature that really made my day was the camera! It’s by far the best camera I’ve used on a smartphone so far.