It's a Phablet! New LG G Pro 2 Has 5.9-inch Screen

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XGrabMyY

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All phones until 64bit K1 based phones start shipping are toasters. Why buy a crappy 32bit phone when 64bit Android is a half a year away or less.
 

zelog

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White, Titan, and Red?Assuming the one facing us is red then, does that mean the grey one is White?Strange colors indeed.
 

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WOW! This thing is a monster! This is what I love about android, the wide variety of choice. Apple should listen up and copy android handsets even more if they want to survive.
 

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Hope the camera is better than the LG G2, i have it and any picture taken below normal light conditions is a blurry mess. I find it awful how none of the top reviews mentioned this problem which is a pretty big source of complain on forums.
 

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All phones until 64bit K1 based phones start shipping are toasters. Why buy a crappy 32bit phone when 64bit Android is a half a year away or less.
Because 4GB RAM is ample for Android. Why do you need 64 bit?
64-bit processors and operating systems/applications have benefits that have nothing to do with being able to access/address more than 4GB of physical RAM.
 

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benefits are negligible and the benchies prove that!
 

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what are the noticeable benefits?

Certainly not enough to say 32 bit phones are a waste just yet.

With Windows 7 64 bit, I've noticed no difference over 32 bit Win 7 and even read reports that 64bit systems are more resource hungry. Other than >4GB RAM (which actually Win 7 32bit will handle with a tweak) and a couple of recent AAA games needing 64 bit (highly unlikely on a smart phone), I've seen no difference. 64 bit phones will be a marketing gimmick for the next few years until it somehow becomes useful.
 

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Im still using the G Pro 1 from last year and still going strong but its not worth my yearly upgrade to get this when the Note 4 will be twice the phone as this come September.
 
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