LG recently launched LG Knock, a quick lock gesture that also adds as a security feature. Just by tapping the screen of the device twice—as if knocking on the screen—locks and unlocks the phone instantly. Not only that, LG Knock provides almost 18 combinations to secure the device even more.
During the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, LG launched G Pro 2, housing a 5.9 inch full HD display, delivering sharp, true to life images. Despite the big screen, you won’t feel the bulk since 77.2 percent of the phablet is covered by the screen—which is the largest frame to screen ratio in the market, and also is noticeably even bigger than the G2.
G Pro 2 sports a 13-megapixel camera with natural flash and offers 120fp HD video recording. Compared to its predecessor, G Pro 2 is advanced by 20 percent. It also has the ability to take steady shots in moving vehicles, even moving subjects. It also lessens camera shake, and it improved low light photos.
They also launched G2 mini, which is more compact, that also won Gadget of the Year last 2013. It has an IPS display of 960 x 540 resolutions and is powered by a 1.2GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor and 1GB of RAM. Latin Americans will also be treated to a 13MP camera, while the rest of the world will have the 8-megapixel version. In case you find its 8GB internal storage lacking, the G2 Mini features microSD expansion, unlike the G2.