The LG G Pro 2 is a phablet we’re playing with these days and this device is taken out of the box in the video below. The product was launched before MWC 2014 and it was nicknamed “LG G Flex without the Flex“. It’s priced at $650 on Amazon and it adopts the already typical physical back buttons of the latest LG models.
It has a very nice back texture and inside the box we find a pair of Quad beats headphones, plugs for them, charger, charger adapter, USB cable and manual. The back cover is removable, revealing a 3200 mAh battery, a microSD card slot and a microSIM card slot. This phablet has a sparkling front side with a special materials on the bezel that looks like glitter. This is a 5.9 inch Full HD phablet with a True IPS Plus LCD panel and it measures a pretty decent 8.3 mm.
It weighs 172 grams, offers Dolby Audio technology and comes in 16 or 32 GB storage versions. There’s 3 GB of RAM available, HSDPA connectivity, LTE as well and a 13 megapixel back camera with OIS. Upfront there’s a 2.1 MP shooter and inside we’ve got a Snapdragon 800 processor and the Adreno 330 GPU. This model runs KitKat and we’ll be back with a review before you know it.