Measuring 6.2 inches tall, 3.2 inches wide, and just 0.3 inch thick, the G Pro 2 is available in three colors: white, silver, and titan, aka black. Just like the previous G Pro, the device is massive. People with small hands will definitely have to use both of them to navigate the handset properly. When held side by side with the gargantuan G Flex, the G Pro 2 is just as large. There is a setting, however, that you can turn on to shrink the display image
Similar to LG’s current marquee handset, the G2, the Pro 2 houses its physical control keys (including the power and volume buttons) on its back. LG has also added a lustrous but subtle overlay on the battery door, which we personally like since it gives a premium feel to the phone. That said, the faux-leather backing of the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is more comfortable to hold and adds an extra touch of sophistication. By comparison the G Pro 2’s thin edges possess an almost blade-like sharpness, not a trait handheld objects should have.
Along with its super slim 3.33mm bezel, the phone is equipped with a 5.9-inch full-HD IPS display that has a 1,920×1,080-pixel resolution. Though that’s a slight bump in size from that of its 5.5-inch Optimus G Pro predecessor, pixel density has slightly decreased from 400ppi to 373ppi. We did not, however, notice any downgrade in quality. When viewing a sample HD video, images looked crisp, bright, and clear. True to LG devices, whites looked especially pure, and viewing angles were pleasingly wide.
The G Pro 2 is equipped with a 5.9-inch full-HD IPS display with a 1,920×1,080-pixel resolution.