The LG wireless charger (WCP-300) boasts 'world's smallest' status
It only makes sense that the LG Optimus G Pro, which bares a striking resemblance to another 5.5-inch Android phone/tablet mash-up, should also ape a few accessories along the way. The G Pro does precisely that with its own flip cover, which we took a look at this morning at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
The flip cover -- well, it's a flip cover. It replaces the battery cover on the G Pro, then wraps around the front of the phone, starting at the hinge. There's a cutout for the home button, and the volume rocker is still accessible through the hinge, with little indicators to show you where it is.
The flip cover comes in number of colors and textures, and they're a nice addition to the Optimus G Pro.
We also got a look at LG's wireless charging puck (WCP-300). It's a simple affair. It lies flat on a desk, and the phone goes on top of it. That's it. It's not specific to any phone, so as long as you've got something that's Qi-compatible, it should work. It's a different animal than, say, the wireless charger for the Nexus 4 (another LG product, but Google's baby), and it's a perfectly viable option.