Summary: the lg pro the expansion slot and the fact you can add 64gb,on top of the 32gb is an added surprise. all of the features are more than what I bargain for. the battery is a long lasting one.It holds a charge a long time,for the size of the phone it is very light,ease of use is wonderfull.
This is one phone you should really consider buying!!
lytky, Wireless AT&T
4 weeks ago
Summary: This is the best phone I have ever owned. I was a hardcore Apple guy, but couldnt take the little screen anymore. I sold off my iPhone 5. I have been searching for a phone for a while. I was hesitant going to Android. I researched on CNET and seen the reviews on this phone. I went into the ATT store to test it myself. At first I thought it would be too big too hold, since it's a 5.5 inch screen. I was wrong.
Pros: screen , camera and video , lg user interface , multi task , quick note , processor , ease of use
Excerpt: The Optimus G Pro is in all reality a computer that you can always have with you. It is also a personal secretary/assistant that is always there. It is really a crime to call it a "phone", but it can make phone calls too. 95% of the time I am using the G Pro as a PC and personal assistant. It is lightning fast and with Android 4.1.2 it rivals Desktop PC performance.
Summary: The size of the screen for me is what attracted me first. It is easy to read messages, see phone numbers etc. Batt life is very good and charges quickly. Camera and video are clear and has good features. The power and volume buttons are easy to operate and pressing on the screen to activate any apps works really nice. Over all it has been the beat smartphone I have owned.
Summary: I had a different brand smartphone before taking the plunge into Android world. So I'm not sure it's the LG Optimus G Pro or ...just me. Its a bit big... but, I really love the Camera, the Video maker (Video Wiz). The Graphics on it are what really sold me! The size is deffinately hard to like..but when I'm reading email or watching a video it sure is great. So, I go back and forth, ya know, love-it-hate-it kinda thing.