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LG G Pro 2 vs LG G Flex Android Phone Comparison – Photos, Video Comparison

The LG G Flex was something different in the world of Android devices, being one of the first devices to feature a curved display and it also came with pretty good specifications. The LG G Pro 2 was unveiled at the MWC 2014 and it is also a pretty good device with few more features added to it from its predecessors. Let’s compare these devices from LG and see what they can deliver.

LG G Pro 2 vs G Flex

Form Factor- Size, Shape

               LG G Flex                LG G Pro 2
160.50 x 81.60 x 8.70 157.90 x 81.90 x 8.30
177.00 grams 172.00 grams

The new LG G Pro 2 comes with a 5.9 inch screen where as the LG G Flex had a little bigger screen size with 6 inches, there is not much of a difference we can pick out from these two really big smart phones but the LG G Flex has a curvy display, that actually make it easier to handle. Coming to the design both the devices feature same design and back buttons with thin bezels. The back in the G flex was a self-healing one but we could not find it on the LG G Pro 2, as it comes with matte finish. There is not much of a difference in the Dimensions and weight of the devices as mentioned it  above.

LG G Pro 2 vs G Side

Display

              LG G Flex                LG G Pro 2
6 Curved P-OLED screen 5.9 inch IPS Plus LCD
720×1280 pixels 1080×1920 pixels

We can find a 720×1280 pixels resolutions on the LG G Flex on its 6 inch screen but the new device has a 1080×1920 pixels resolutions on its 5.9 inch screen, giving brighter and better display from all angles.

[Video Comparison Coming Soon]

Internal Specifications

                   LG G Flex                       LG G Pro 2
Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 Snapdragon 800
2.2GHz  quad-core 2.2GHz  quad-core
Adreno 330 GPU Adreno 330 GPU
2 GB 3 GB
Android 4.2 Jelly Bean Android 4.4 KitKat

The internal specifications on both the devices are similar to each other having as they are powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 quad-core processor clocking at 2.2 GHz but the RAM in the G Pro 2 has been increased to 3 GB as it was just 2 GB in the G Flex. Again the GPU is the same in both the device featuring Adreno 330. The battery on the G Flex was slightly on the higher side with 3500 mAh and the new flagship from LG features 3200 mAh battery on its back.

The G Flex run on Android 4.2 Jelly Bean where as the LG G Pro 2 comes out of the box with the latest Android 4.4 KitKat. Moreover the LG G Pro 2 also comes with a new feature called as Knock Code, with which the user can just Knock the screen with a pattern to unlock the device. other than this there is a  Mini View feature that lets the user to operate the Smart phone just with one hand as we saw similar feature in the Samsung Galaxy Note 3.

Camera – Rear & Front

LG G Pro 2 vs G Flex Back

Both the devices feature the same 13 MP rear facing camera and 2.1 MP front facing camera but the latest flagship device features the 4K recording feature, which could be seen only in very few devices in the present market. More over it also come with Optical image stabilization making its camera more powerful.

Storage

The LG G flex has a on board storage of 32 GB but does not feature the a micro SD card slot to expand it, but the LG G Pro 2 has a 16 GB in built memory that can be extended with a micro SD card. There is also a 32 GB variant in the LG G Pro 2 but again it won’t make much difference if you have a micro SD card slot to extend the storage.

Pricing and Final Verdict

The pricing is where we would have to take a proper look when LG announces the pricing for the LG G Pro 2, because the LG G Flex had a sky high price and if the company decides to come up with a comparatively lower pricing for the G Pro 2, then this should be an excellent one compared to the G Flex which is quite the same, except for the flexible display.

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