LG G Pro 2

Will LG soon discontinue their G Pro line of smartphones?

LG has been riding on a high the past months, as their flagship LG G3 has received critical acclaim and the OEM seems to be doing good in terms of sales (as compared to the other Korean brand and their fierce rival, Samsung). But this means also that they might need to focus on several product lines and let go of those that may be too "redundant."

LG G Pro 2 unleashed to conquer Asia

While we're still patiently waiting for LG's latest phablet to hit the US markets, the company has announced the retail availability of the LG G Pro 2 in select Asian markets. With a lethal combination of unique UX features, a spacious Full HD display, and the latest digital camera technology, LG expects its first 2014 flagship to take the region by storm.

LG G Pro 2: improving selfies with “Flash for Selfie”

Taking selfies, much less taking selfies for work purposes is something I never thought I would be doing. But, thanks to LG and a new feature called "Flash for Selfie" -- here I am. Flash for Selfie is one of the highlight features found on the LG G Pro 2, and also the latest in our ongoing series of posts covering the handset.

LG G Pro 2: hands-on with Dual Browser

Next up in our extended look at the LG G Pro 2 -- the Dual Browser mode. This one is simple, but at the same time, really nice to have with such a large display. As a refresher, the LG G Pro 2 sports a 5.9-inch display. A 1080p at that. But regardless of the resolution, it can sometimes be convenient to run two apps at the same time.

LG G Pro 2: setting up and using Knock Code

We have already posted our review of the LG G Pro 2, however a few new buzz words came along with this release. LG introduced the handset with features such as Mini View, Dual Browser, Magic Focus, Natural Flash, and Knock Code. We plan on offering a bit more on each of these, beginning today with setting up and using Knock Code.

LG G Pro 2 review

LG was showing a few devices during during Mobile World Congress. One of those was the LG G Pro 2, which naturally, is the successor to the LG G Pro. This handset was originally unveiled back in mid-February, but perhaps a bit more important here, we left Spain with an LG G Pro 2 and have been carrying it since. With that in mind, read on to see how the handset stood up during our testing.

LG G Pro 2 hands-on

The LG G Pro 2 was unveiled earlier in the month. That initial unveil was only for one market, Korea, however LG is showing the handset here at Mobile World Congress. As a refresher, LG has this one loaded with a 5.9-inch IPS LCD display. And for those wondering, the display appears to be bright and clear. LG also brought over those rear-facing buttons.

LG Knock Code revamp demonstrated in video

It seems that not only did LG change the name of its latest UX feature, it has also slightly changed the way it works. Now called "Knock Code", this method of waking up a smartphone can now accept an entire pattern of taps instead of the simplistic double tap gesture.