Smartphone Review : LG G Pro 2
– Shaneel Karia
- Mind Blowing Camera features
- Android 4.4.2(Kitkat)
- Corning Gorilla Glass 2
- Too huge to use with one hand
- No FM
- No camera key
The LG G Pro 2 may be out in the phablet category, as this device has an impressive 5.9 inches display. It is smaller then the Xperia Z Ultra by Sony and HTC’s One Max but is larger than the Galaxy Note 3.
The device is huge in size, and the smartphone has traits of it’s predecessor, the easy to use button placed right under the camera. This device seems to be 20% heavier than the LG G2, weighing 173gms and just 8.3mm thick. Double tapping the screen powers the device on, this tech is named, Knock on.
The display is a massive 5.9 inches one making it difficult to use with one hand, but LG has smartly introduced a new feature, Mini view, which shrinks the screen making it a bit easy to use with one hand. The display is likely to have a pixel density of 373ppi, which is pretty low compared to other standards.
3 GB of RAM along with 2.26GHz quad core processor does wonders with this LG G Pro 2. You are provided with two memory options 16 and 32 gigs plus you are provided with an microSD slot for additional memory. 3,200mAh of battery may seem to help the device last for quiet sometime.
This LG Smartphone sports a 13 MP rear camera with LED flash which is pretty impressive coupled with the Optical Image Stabilization(OIS). The video shooting mode has the latest 4k shooting mode which increases the resolution of the video drastically.
Frame rate 60fps for 1080p resolution video shooting, while for slow-motion the best resolution that this lens can capture is at 720p with a frame rate of 120fps.
The price of the LG G Pro 2 is uncertain as of yet, this may be a spoiler alert but this device may end up being pretty expensive, expected release of the smartphone could be anytime before June.
The possible contenders to this LG Smartphone are the Note 3, HTC One Max and the Xperia Z Ultra.
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