Summary: This is a great phone. I was looking for a phone with at least 32G of internal storage, 13MP camera and under $200. This smartphone has it all. I was recently able to upgrade to Kit Kat so it's even better. I thought the 5.5" screen was going to be a problem since I have small hands. But I'm so used to it now, I can't go back to a smaller screen. The only issue I have is the speakerphone isn't good at all. So I always use my headphones.
18 months and only complaint is short battery char
KenHi, LG Electronics Ratings and Reviews
18 January 2015
Summary: I like the phone in every thing it can do except the battery will not make a complete day with being charged. In 3 hours it will be down to less than 30% I have had this phone since July 12,2013.
Great entry level phone if your looking for a large screen and don't want to spend a fortune.
Diana Morales, Amazon
5 January 2015
Summary: I bought this phone to see how I liked the 5.5 inch screen, and I didn't want to break the bank in case I didn't like it. I'm coming from the LG G2, and am considering the G3. I may reconsider the G3 but not because of size. The Optimus is a great phone. I realize it's not as powerful as the G2 and 3.. But I hardly notice since my main activities are internet browsing, email etc. I am not an audiophile, but I do listen to music via my phone.
Summary: First of all, the LG G Pro from this seller is the 32G E980h(4.1 Jelly Bean Panamanian ROM), NOT E980(AT&T). It has same hardware but different versions of OS compared to the AT&T version. Pros - 1080p screen, removable 3140mah battery, fast processor, 2G ram, 32G + micro sd slot, 13MP camera, unlocked, clean & smooth Panamanian ROM Cons - LTE supported by hardware but not an option in OS, home button a little flat, size(big in pocket), slow update on OS(LG!
Summary: This is my 3rd or 4th smart phone and my first LG phone. One of the major selling points for me was that it had 32GB storage on the device. Too often, I would run out of space on my old phones and I couldn't install all the apps I wanted. I frequently had to sacrifice apps I had just to do updates for essential apps. Sure, I used a mini-SD card which helped a little but there was still a lot of space taken up on the phone.