There are innumerable numbers of new and refreshed phones being showcased at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2013 and among these one of the best line-up is the LG pro range. LG is currently focusing on long battery life, bright screens, and multitasking, in short all vital features. These improved features come combine that with the company’s great reputation for tough build quality.
LG’s breakthrough in the high-end device is definitely the Optimus G Pro. This 5.5in phablet is not so wide, in fact, the G Pro is 3 inch wide as compared to the Samsung Galaxy Note 2’s 3.2 inch width. This decreased width makes the phone significantly more comfortable to hold in one hand. This Phablet has a super-bright 1080p, IPS LCD screen, a 1.7GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 processor, a 13-megapixel camera, and a removable 3140mAh battery.
The LG Optimus G Pro offers great multitasking that lets you run three apps at once. This is called "QSlide," and it opens a limited set of apps in small windows you can drag around the screen, floating above your main app. The Optimus G Pro also runs super smoothly. Videos look gorgeous and there's lots of room for web pages.
LG also showed off the new Optimus F5 and F7, while the F7 in particular could be a real success. This is a mid range LTE phone with a nice and well-crafted plastic body, a sharp 4.7in 720p IPS LCD screen, and a 1.5GHz dual-core processor. It addition it has an unusually capacious 2540mAh battery and the QSlide multitasking ability. If LG prices it competitively then this handset could be real star.
On the other hand, the LG Optimus F5 has a 4.3in, 800 x 480 IPS LCD screen, a 1.2GHz dual-core processor, coupled with a 5-megapixel camera. This set also has an unusually large 2150mAh battery and QSlide to set it apart from others. LG’s wish to be a premium smartphone manufacturer can get fulfilled with its Optimus line-up, which is really impressive.
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