LG OP­TI­MUS G PRO

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The de­sign of the Op­ti­mus G Pro closely fol­lows its 4.7-inch sib­ling, the Op­ti­mus G. Clad in glossy plas­tic, the Op­ti­mus G Pro comes with a bevy of rounded cor­ners, and a re­flec­tive back cover.

LG ap­pears to place great em­pha­sis on the Op­ti­mus G Pro’s 5.5-inch Full HD IPS dis­play; text and im­ages looked su­per-sharp thanks to an in­cred­i­ble screen den­sity of 400 ppi. The dis­play it­self looked fan­tas­tic thanks to an ul­tra-thin 3.65mm bezel.

Run­ning un­der the hood are flag­ship-wor­thy spec­i­fi­ca­tions: A Qual­comm Snap­dragon 600 quad-core 1.7GHz pro­ces­sor, 2GB of RAM and An­droid 4.1.2 Jelly Bean keeps the user ex­pe­ri­ence nice and fluid. Loaded on the Op­ti­mus G Pro is LG’s lat­est ver­sion of its Op­ti­mus in­ter­face, which has a num­ber of use­ful (and unique) fea­tures. For ex­am­ple, you can set a short­cut to any app in­stalled on the phone via Q But­ton, which will

“TEXT AND IM­AGES LOOKED SU­PER-SHARP THANKS TO AN IN­CRED­I­BLE SCREEN DEN­SITY

OF 400 PPI.”

al­low you to jump straight into the app from the lock screen, or any page, sim­ply by press­ing and hold­ing it.

Like Sam­sung’s Smart Stay and Pause, LG also has its own Smart Screen and Video where the front-fac­ing cam­era is used to de­ter­mine whether you are look­ing at the dis­play. It will then de­cide whether to dim the screen, or pause the video. Like the Huawei As­cend Mate, it also boasts a one-handed op­er­a­tion mode.

The Op­ti­mus G Pro has in­ter­nal stor­age ca­pac­ity of 16GB and a mi­cro-SD card slot that supports mem­ory cards up to 64GB. The mi­cro-SD and mi­cro-SIM slots are lo­cated be­low the re­mov­able 3,140mAh bat­tery.

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