LG G Pad

LG has today announced global availability of the largest tablet in the G Pad series, the G Pad 10.1. The tablet will be made available in the United States initially, followed by other markets in Asia, Latin America and Europe later this month.

LG has taken several features from the G3 and included them in the G Pad 10.1, like Touch & Shoot, which allows you to activate and set the autofocus on the camera shutter with a single tap. Other features on the tablet include a selfie mode, a smart keyboard and dual window mode. LG's Knock Code unlock system and QPair 2.0, a utility that allows you to sync notifications from your smartphone to your tablet, are also present on the G Pad 10.1

When it comes to hardware, the G Pad boasts a 10.1-inch display with a 1280 x 800 resolution, a 1.2 GHz quad-core Snapdragon CPU (most likely the Snapdragon 400), 1 GB RAM, 16 GB internal memory, microSD card slot, 5 MP camera, 1.3 MP front shooter, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n connectivity and an 8,000 mAh battery. The tablet runs Android 4.4.2 KitKat out of the box. As for color variations, LG has announced that the G Pad 10.1 will be available in black and red.

There isn't any word of pricing, with LG stating that availability and pricing will be announced for individual markets ahead of the launch of the G Pad 10.1 in that market.

What do you guys think of the tablet? Would you be interested in picking one up?

 

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LG announces global availability of the G Pad 10.1

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Then again that Walmart Sero 8 is only $129.99 with pretty much the same specs.

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Which goes to show you can't just rate a device by the specs. You should go hold that thing... or look at it even. It's as big as a tank, but as hollow as a drum. The viewing angels are so bad you have to adjust the tablet angel to see the bottom of the screen when reading.

Well the first galaxy 10.1 had a 1024 by 600 and it looked Good
Posted from my Nexus 7 2013 running Android L or Samsung galaxy S5

Well it seems they do not feel they can compete with Samsung and Apple and are shooting low. I suppose if they price it right people may choose an LG over an Acer or other no name. It's too bad though. I quite like my nexus 5 and G Pad 8.3.

I think LG is still trying to get a taste for the tablet market. They haven't been very successful, but the low-end market is pretty big. These would be competitors to the Galaxy Tab series. I'd buy this over a Tab... but I'd never buy a Tab, so it doesn't really matter.

This will end up one of those free bees, ya know buy ps 4 get this free, buy x bone get lg bag of bones....

from my old note3 which i had to sell my soul for;)

Free Xbone that would be nice those non store brand dog treats can get expensive

Posted from my Nexus 7 2013 running Android L or Samsung galaxy S5

Not interested. Keeping my Sony Z2 tablet, but keeping my eye on the next Nexus.

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This is mostly for people who are on a low budget that are looking to purchase a tablet, it will still do everything other tablets will do at a cheaper cost, it's not going to be a speed demon but it will do it's indented job just fine.

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I agree Cyber.. even though I own a G-Pad 8.3 and I am not considering this particular 10 inch device.. it will do just fine for many families out there.. It cracks me up how geeks run right to resolution.. and try to put anything under 1080P down.
No One but a geek hold a device 3 inches from their eyeballs and looks for pixilation.. Quad Core anything is fast, and Samsung showed with the Tab 3 8.0 and 10.1, as long as contrast and brightness are at a high level the screen looks just fine when held at normal (real world) viewing distances.
Geeks can spend that $500.00 and get the SuperAmoled Tab S and it's 2560 Quad-HD display and walk around with it 3 inches from their eyeball bragging that they cannot see a pixel.

Is made like its supposed to be used primarily in portrait mode. A little weird if you ask me, seeing as how its 10 inches

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The screen resolution seem about 2 years out of date! Unless this thing is cheap as chips forget it LG; even more surprising when you have a 2K phone screen. Why have they done this?

I'd get one if it runs those video apps like Netflix, HBOGo, ESPN, etc. well. I don't mind the low resolution too much.

The screen resolution is in direct correlation to the processor being used.

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