We swung by LG’s booth again during Mobile World Congress to check out the new Optimus G Pro, the follow-up device to LG’s successful Optimus G.
The phone was first announced on Feb. 12 and features a gorgeous 5.5-inch screen that looks crisper than that on the Galaxy Note II. It also offers a quad-core processor, 2GB of RAM, a 13-megapixel camera, 32GB of storage and a microSD card slot for adding additional storage. We loved the build of the phone, but kind of wish it had its own S Pen technology like the Galaxy Note and Galaxy Note II. Still, there were compelling little features that were neat, such as the glowing home button that alerts you of new messages.
Enjoy the gallery and video of our hands-on time with the device.