With the LG’s G2 we could already knock on the screen to unlock it, but the 5,9 inch ‘G Pro 2’ enables the user (‘user’, eaah: what a dirty word) to unlock it by knocking (gently that is) some kind of rythmical code on the screen. Consider it as a pincode but then with your personal ‘knock’ code on the display. According to LG, it is possible to create about 86,000 different ‘knocking codes’.
Wherever you knock on the screen doesn’t really matter, according to the smartphone brand. Counting the inches, it is clear that the ‘G Pro 2’ is a new smartphone that aims at the phablet market, kind of a phone and a tablet as you already know. For fans of selfies, the ‘G Pro 2’ boasts a 13 megapixel camera with optical image stabilisation, including the ability to autofocus after the snapshot was taken (kind of like the Nokia ‘Refocus’ app ) as well as slow motion (120 frames per second). Currently it is unclear if this beast is also aimed at European markets.