LG Optimus G Pro is a stunning 5.5 Android smartphone with good battery life and excellent new features. The first impressions are that it is a good competitor for Samsung Galaxy Note II. With a cheaper price and high-end specs, Optimus G Pro looks amazing and works like no other LG handset. It’s very thin (it even gives you the feeling of a “too fragile kind of gadget”) and sleek, but it lacks the stylus. On a regular basis, the stylus is very effective and stylish for such a big phone. For those who thing that Optimus G Pro is not very comfortable, here’s a thing: you can use it for one-handed operations, just like other smaller phones, because you can adjust the keyboard and the number pad on the left or on the right side, depending on the way you like it.
The phone features a Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 processor (just like HTC One and Samsung Galaxy S4), 2GB of RAM, a full-HD IPS screen with 1,920×1,080-pixel resolution and a 13-megapixel camera with flash. It runs on Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean and last, but not least, it can be purchased in the US, from AT&T for $199 (two-year service agreement).