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Review: LG Optimus G Pro for AT&T

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Mar 5, 2014, 5:35 PM
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Can't hear on phone unless Speaker on or headphones plugged in. Any way that can be corrected?

May 2, 2013, 10:15 AM
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9 GB missing?

A 32GB phone that only has 23 GB available?

Are you trying to tell me that NINE gigabytes is used up by the formatting process / operating system / carrier apps?

That is insane! There is no way in hell that the Android Operating system and some carrier apps + the small amount shaved off by formatting is nine gigs.
23.3 GB, technically. Plus there's the pre-loaded apps and content, leaving 22.61 GB fully free out of the box.

May 2, 2013, 9:24 PM
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Note 2

Looking at the specs this phone is actually better than the Note 2. I think this phone is worth looking at.
That's what I thought, however after using
LG Pro for several days, I believe I'll stick
with Note II. Don't like the longer +3/16",narrow screen 3/16" less, kinda like 16/9 ratio versus 16/10. And the washed out natural color & to many
white & ...

May 4, 2013, 7:48 PM
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Looks pritty good

looks like a good alternative phone to the note 2.... not to happy that its an lg but they make a desent optimus....hoping to get a review but i might get it if it is 200 with att...might go with the htc one or the galaxy s4. no clue what i want now.
LG's quality has been pretty good the last couple of years. This is a great phone with some "WOW" appeal. I like the ability to change TV channels at the nearest pub 🙂

May 16, 2013, 5:15 PM

Why- oh why- no stylus

My wife and I each have a Galaxy Note 2 and love them. One of the reasons is that we each needed the pointed stylus for tapping tiny cross-references and footnotes in a research application we use on our phones. We both came from LG phones Nitro HD and Optimus G and were spoiled by LG's far-superior screens. But the Note's stylus has spoiled us for anything else. It allows for many features, including handwriting recognition, even hand-writing Emails and sending them as the handwriting image to name but two. Trying that with your finger is like trying to write with a crayon, not the regular ones, but the big fat ones that very small children use. The Optimums G Pro looks promising, but LG needs to figure out the pointed stylus (with at...
Raider Duck

May 14, 2013, 7:41 PM
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LOVE the phone

This phone absolutely rocks. HD display, it's quick and snappy, and lots of room for icons. Highly recommended.
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