LG Optimus G Pro

The LG Optimus G Pro is LG's first handset with Full HD 1920 x 1080 screen resolution. Here is the review of it. It is available in both 5” for Japan,and 5.5” versions for Korea. The Korean model we nabbed for a review here eschews the typical 5” size of its direct competitors to go big, and set itself apart from the barrage of 5-inchers about to hit the market. Not only that, but the phone is also loaded with a powerful Snapdragon 600 quad-core chipset, and sports games that you don't see often these days – both a memory expansion slot, and a swappable battery.it is certainly the most manageable device of  XXL screen sizes out there.LG has had the brilliant idea to put QButton on the right side, above the volume keys, which can be mapped to quickly launch any application of your choosing. If we could program it to be a “back” button, too, all of our prayers about controlling big screen smartphones with one hand would have been answered.As that's the most-used
 navigational button in Android, but alas, you can't map the back key to the QButton.The Q key, along with the volume rocker underneath, and the power/lock key on the right, are easy to find and press and the same goes for the rather thin home button underneath the display. That same home key has a notification light around it, that can shows six different colors to notify you of a missed call, message or email, to alert you on a calendar event or the charging status, or simply flash in all colors of the rainbow when the alarm goes on in the morning. In addition, there is a color that can be lit up by third party apps that support the LED notification function, like the Facebook app.LG has supplied a brilliant 5.5” Full HD 1080 x 1920 pixels screen on the Optimus G Pro, and the screen's pixel density of 401ppi, while not as high as the 441ppi of the Full HD 5-inchers. This phone has a huge power battery of 3140mAh.

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