I’m going to be perfectly frank with you, I don’t like LG. I have no doubt that they have brilliant engineers and incredibly knowledgeable scientists working in their R&D labs, but when it comes to their consumer hardware, I’m left shaking my head.

The company’s current flagship smartphone, the Optimus G Pro, is only available in one country right now: South Korea. There are rumors out there that say it’s going to come to AT&T in late May, but other than that, there’s no word about any other operators or territories. Why then have websites like The Verge, Engadget, and Pocketnow reviewed this phone? I think they did so partly out of pity, and partly because people always seem interested to see what sort of devices exist in other parts of the world. So with that in mind, check out the nearly seven minute video below to get a taste of LG’s best work.