I’m starting out our LG Optimus G Pro Problems series because there are considerably a lot of G Pro owners who emailed us. In this post, there are five problems that were addressed. If your issue wasn’t covered here, feel free to contact us anytime. We will do everything to help our readers and we
The LG G Pro (previously known as the Optimus G Pro) will reportedly get its very own QuickWindow Cover according to an Italian blog. The site also mentions that the smartphone will get software features from the LG G2 such as KnockOn, possibly with the Android 4.4 update. The QuickWindow Cover will function exactly like
LG is reportedly testing Android 4.4 KitKat on two of its older flagships – the Optimus G Pro and the Optimus G according to a new leak by Phone Arena. There’s no confirmation from LG of this at this point, but we’re not surprised with the move given that the smartphones were at one point
The LG Optimus G Pro in White has been widely available globally, but not on AT&T which only sells the black variant. Now, as the exclusive seller of the smartphone in the country, that’s a little disheartening. But a few days ago, we came across a press shot of the White Optimus G Pro with
The LG Optimus G Pro phablet has been available since May this year in the U.S. as an exclusive on AT&T. Now, the smartphone seems to be getting a new white color variant through AT&T, if a new leak is to be believed. This revelation comes from the reliable source Evleaks, so we should expect
The LG Optimus G Pro will soon land in 40 new counties according to a press release by LG. The phablet which is currently the best in the market will be vying for the top spot with the likes of the Sony Xperia Z Ultra. Strangely, the Optimus G Pro is only available in a
Just a few hours ago we told you guys about a deal that Amazon was hosting-$79.99 for a brand new LG Optimus G Pro on a 2-year contract. Moments ago, LG announced that they have sold 1 million Optimus G Pro units in South Korea. It took them 4 months to achieve this milestone, meaning
For the past few years, Lg has been busy developing new smartphones under their Optimus brand name and we have already seen plenty of high end successful devices with the same name. But new reports suggest that LG is planning to drop their famous Optimus nameplate for their high end devices and will come up
LG’s much awaited Optimus G Pro finally hits the AT&T stores today as scheduled. The phablet from LG is now available exclusively from AT&T for $199.99 on a two-year contract or $549.99 off-contract. It can be purchased through AT&T and local retail stores. Previously LG launched Optimus G Pro in South Korea and Japan and
LG has been a major player in the Smartphone industry. It has always tried to keep its customers happy and attract more and more potential customers. Just recently, AT&T has announced that the much awaited LG Optimus G Pro will be launching very soon. The exact date that has been given is 10th of May.
A few days back we had reported that LG managed to sell over 500,000 Optimus G Pro units in their home country. The company managed to achieve this feat within 40 days of its release. This clearly indicates that Optimus G Pro is one of the best looking devices ever released by LG, both
The next battle could be fought between two Android manufacturers namely LG and Samsung. The reason for this is the use of eye-tracking technology. Samsung’s newest flagship device, which is the Samsung Galaxy S4, hasn’t been released in the market yet but as early as now LG will reportedly study it for possible patent infringement
Since the past few months we’ve been speaking a lot about the Sony Xperia Z, the HTC M7 and the Samsung Galaxy S IV. But in the midst of all that, we almost forgot that there’s LG which is also known for smartphones. Sure there were a few references made to its MWC 2013 offerings,
Of all the smartphones that we see today, the Sony Xperia Z perhaps is one of the best we’ve seen so far in terms of raw hardware as well as design. The fact that it’s water resistant also helps greatly in adding to the durability factor which we see very little in smartphones these days.
The Optimus G is one of the newest feathers in LG’s cap. The smartphone has been widely successful in the limited locations where it was made available, and is currently gearing up for a worldwide release of over 50 countries. But prior to this, we’ve heard plenty about a smartphone known as the Optimus G
With the little that we know about LG’s future smartphones, we’ve been able to figure out that there’s something big coming at MWC 2013. This was initially believed to be the much anticipated successor to the Optimus G, but these claims didn’t hold much weight and we heard that the 5.5-inch 1080p smartphone, the Optimus