LG Optimus G Pro
LG today officially launched the G Pro 2 smartphone in Hong Kong, Taiwan, Singapore, Philippine, Vietnam, Indonesia, and other countries. The phone, which was announced at Mobile World Congress last month, includes a 5.9-inch full HD screen, quad-core processor, 13-megapixel camera, and LG's Knock Code unlocking feature. U.S. carriers haven't yet announced plans to sell the device, though last year's G Pro was sold by AT&T.
LG today said that owners of the LG Optimus G Pro may now download and install a feature pack that adds several new capabilities to the device. The feature pack focuses on several neat tools, including Smart Video (pauses/resumes video playback based on user's eye position), Dual Camera (shoots images with both cameras at the same time), and Pause & Resume Recording (lets users create a single file from multiple recordings). The feature pack also makes improvements to the smart remote with support for text entry via the G Pro. Last, the feature pack adds more color options to the LED light. The feature pack is free to download over the air.
LG had its massive phablet on display at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. Here's a quick look at LG's Galaxy Note II killer.