LG E986 Optimus G Pro
The LG Optimus G Pro is powered by a quad-core Snapdragon S4 Pro processor, 2GB of RAM, 32GB of internal storage and a microSD card slot. The Optimus G Pro packs a 5.5-inch curved display, which according to LG, give a 2.5D effect. The Optimus G Pro sports a capacious 3,140mAh battery, a 13-MPl camera on the rear and native 4G LTE connectivity.
Sharp and crisp display.
Blazing Snapdragon 600 quad-core processor.
Android Jelly Bean.
Very light and compact for the screen size.
Large 3140 mAh battery.
Flexible design lets you add memory or swap the battery.
Programmable QButton and an IR blaster allow more usage scenarios.
Good camera with HDR video abilities.
Hefty size can be cumbersome to handle and it doesn't come with a stylus.
Too large for comfortable one handed operation.
Hollow voice quality in the earpiece.
Finicky auto brightness adjustments.
By NotebookCheck on September 26, 2013
LG launches a well-designed smartphone that convinces in virtually every field or at least exhibits an above-average performance with the Optimus G E986. Highlights of the premium-range review sample are its very high-quality build , the high...87
By GadgetNutz on September 04, 2013
The LG Optimus G Pro may have entered the market a little late but this flagship phone of LGs did enter with a bit of bang. Some of its features surpass others that were already in the game and those who waited for its release would be happy that they...-
By Tech2 on August 02, 2013
LG's Optimus G Pro is available online for a smidge under Rs 40,000, which is an expensive buy now that the Galaxy S4 is down to Rs 36,500. If screen size is what you're looking for, then Samsung's Galaxy Note 2 is still a very relevant...75
By TechTree on July 28, 2013
If you enjoy using uncomfortably large phones, then the LG Optimus G Pro is a very good alternative to Samsung's GALAXY Note II. They both look similar, but have their strengths. The Note II gets an edge with its feature-packed digitiser pen. The...70
By uk.hardware.info on July 26, 2013
We had the opportunity to test the Korean edition of the LG Optimus G Pro for a period of time. In practice it's a smartphone that's very pleasant to use and reacts quickly. The large screen does make it a challenge to use the phone with one...-
By FoneArena on July 05, 2013
The LG Optimus G Pro is a power packed handset with some very interesting software additions. With a top notch display, decent camera and top of the line specifications it is definitely worth considering if you’re in the market for a new high end...-
By AsiaOne on July 04, 2013
Apple and Samsung might want to keep a close watch on LG.Months after LG launched the flagship LG Optimus G, it unleashed the Optimus G Pro on South Korea.Had sales not crossed the million mark in a hurry on home ground, this "phablet" or...80
By LaptopMag on July 03, 2013
LG's Optimus G Pro for AT&T offers a massive display and solid performance numbers, but it's missing some of the great features found on the international...70
By HotHardware on June 18, 2013
If you're considering a purchase of the Optimus G Pro, the phone's large, 5.5-inch screen is likely a key feature that has caught your eye. Indeed, the screen looks great, and the fact that it supports Full HD (1920 x 1080) resolution is a...-
By TechRadar on June 04, 2013
Unfortunately, LG and AT&T have their work cut out for them in selling the Optimus G Pro, which arrives during a mid-cycle lull between the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 and the latest model expected to launch in the near future. We've always been the type to root for the underdog anyway, so we say the G Pro is well worth a look.80