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BARCELONA, Spain--One year after it unveiled the Optimus Vu, LG uses Mobile World Congress to give us another tablet/phone hybrid. The Optimus G Pro is a 5.5-inch device with a 16:9 aspect ratio. Read full review
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The G Pro's Full HD IPS display is easy on the eyes. Read full review
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On the rear side is the G Pro's camera lens. Read full review
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Below the display is a single physical button. That means that you'll be using onscreen virtual control for your commands. Read full review
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The G Pro's battery cover has a faint pattern. Read full review
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It fit in my hand, though only barely. Two-handed operation was more comfortable for texting, especially. Read full review
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The G Pro follows the popular trend of thin smartphones. Read full review
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You can populate the display with icons of your choice. Read full review
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