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Consumer Reports notes the LG Optimus G Pro as a worthy competitor to Samsung's Galaxy Note II.
The 5.5-inch LG Optimus G Pro is now available in the US on AT&T's networks for $200 subsidized with a two-year contract.
LG has sent out invitations to a press event to showcase a new handset, which might be the Optimus G Pro II, on May 30 in Macau.
A device with a similar design to the LG Optimus G Pro was spotted on Sprint's website. The handset appears to offer a few upgrades including a Snapdragon 800 processor.
Images of an unknown LG smartphone were leaked on the @evleaks Twitter account recently, revealing a large device with a front that is devoid of physical keys.
Recent reports suggest that LG and Google will be partnering up once again for another Nexus-branded smartphone.
LG officially announced from New York today that the Optimus G Pro is coming to AT&T on May 10 for $200 with a two-year contract.
Much like the recent rumors surrounding the Samsung Galaxy Note III LG has confirmed that it intends to release a handset with a shatterproof, flexible display.
Earlier today images of the stateside version of the LG Optimus G Pro hit the web, and now an anonymous source has leaked the specs of the handset as well.
LG may have an announcement planned for May 1, but @evleaks has already let the cat out of the bag by posting images of the US version of the Optimus G Pro that's headed to AT&T.
Although the update is unannounced, Android 4.1.2 (Jelly Bean) is now available through AT&T for Optimus G users. The AT&T update includes Isis Mobile Wallet.
The LG Lucid 2 is heading to Verizon Wireless. Starting April 4, the carrier will offer the phone online for free with a two-year contract. This will be
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