Are you an LG fan. Well, if so, here’s another product from LG that will set your mouth watering. The LG G Pad 8.3 is the first tablet created under LG’s premium G Series and have been released this November 2013 to the market.
CNet praises the tablet for its “zippy performance, expandable memory, and crystal-clear screen” which is expected to hit the stores by November 2013.
The LG G Pad 8.3 according to Android Central’s review is “fast,… capable, and… powerful”
What does it bring to the table?
It boasts an 8.3-inch Full HD IPS Display that provides the user sharp and very clear images, high res and true to life and vivid colors and details. Its dual speakers are located at the back for enhanced volume and sound quality.
Fast Performance and Superb User Interface
Powered by an advanced 1.7 GHz Quad-Core Snapdragon Processor, with a WIFI feature that allows the user to download music, stream videos, check social networks, and browse the web all at once without lag. With its 4,600 mAh battery, you can use it all day and night.
New Features found in the LG G2 are the following:
Life Square- which creates an integrated journal through a single click of photos, texts, videos, calendar events, Facebook posts, and tweets
Guest Mode – with the Multi-User Function, which allows eight different people to use the G Pad through different codes which gain access to their own private and personalized apps.
Other apps that were maintained:
QSlide, Slide Aside, QuickRemote, and KnockON
“Most exciting, though,” Android Central furthered, “is LG’s QPair, an overdue piece of functionality that single handedly changes how an Android tablet integrates into your life.” With the QPair, the LG G Pad 8.3 connects and syncs Android devices to itself with utmost practicality and convenience through Bluetooth technology. The G Pad can alert the user when he receives a call or message on his paired smartphone; the user can even reply directly on the G Pad. With the same connection, the G Pad can also receive pop-up alerts of the most recent apps used on the paired smartphone. Furthermore, the G Pad can acquire Internet via Phone, transfer QuickMemo notes from itself to the phone, and even stream music and videos wirelessly to a TV or other devices through SmartShare.
Locally, the LG G Pad 8.3 will retail for P16,990. At its price point, the LG G Pad 8.3 will be the only tablet to feature a Full HD Display and Quad-Core Processor.
To find out more about the LG G Pad 8.3, visit www.lg.com/ph or www.lgblog.com.ph, like LG’s official Facebook page “LG Philippines”, and follow LG on Twitter or Instagram @LGPhilippines.