LG brought its new tablets to its G3 party
A couple of weeks ago, LG announced three new additions to the G Pad range – a 7-, 8- and a 10.1-inch offering. At the grand LG G3 Day showpiece event in London, the new tablets were on show and so we got chance to spend a little time taking a look at each of them.
The internal hardware is very much the same across all three, and with a Snapdragon 400 inside we're not looking at the absolute cutting edge in terms of hardware performance. There is a HD display on board – though not 1080p – Android 4.4 KitKat and some elements of LG's latest user interface, with some visual elements straight out of the G3.
While the G Pad 8.3 is a high-end Android tablet, these newer siblings look to be competing more against the Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 lineup. Solid, if unremarkable hardware, some nice touches on the software such as Q Pair – which now answers your phone calls on the tablet – and a visually pleasing design much in the same vein as recent LG devices.
But, enough talk. To action. Check out our first hands-on video with all three a little further below.