in all conditions.I was impressed by the auto-focus, which is fast and precise. The camera works especially well when the subjects are close by and well lit. Low light images are decent, though they lack a bit of detail. However, the camera app gives you a lot of controls, almost as much as a point and shoot camera.
Storage: The phone comes with 16GB inbuilt storage. That is good enough to put off the purchase of a storage card if you have been left broke by the cost of this phone.
Software: The interface has been tweaked a bit by LG, but it does not take away the simplicity of KitKat. Some of the tweaks are real value adds, like the knock code feature. The best thing about knock code is that it can be used by others too and is easy to explain, but cannot be easily copied. The knock to on feature eliminates one of my biggest issues with Android. I also like the fact that text messages appear as a pop-up whatever you are doing, but does not prevent you from carrying on with the work. The phone is loaded with a handful of useful software, among them the quick remote app that let me control most electronic items in my house within seconds.
Battery: The battery is good enough for you to charge this phone just once a day.
Connectivity: With my iPhone 4 connectivity has been a huge issues over the past few weeks. I sit in a basement and the network is not good enough to reach there. However, the G Pro 2 solved this issue for me as I could finally take a call from my seat.
Verdict: The LG Pro 2 comes across as a good, dependable flagship phone. If you are looking for a high-end smartphone this is among the best you can buy at the moment. No, this phone does not offer a lot extra, but what it lacks in innovation, it makes up with hard work.