LG G Pad with 8.3-inch 1920×1200 pixels screen to be announced at IFA in Berlin?

LG G Pad with 8.3-inch 1920×1200 pixels screen to be announced at IFA in Berlin?

Looks like LG will unveil its brand-new tablet at the upcoming IFA in Berlin, Germany. Called LG G Pad, the device will apparently sport an 8.3-inch Full HD Plus screen with 1920×1200 pixels resolution and super-narrow bezel, 2GB of RAM, quad-core CPU, and brushed aluminum back. All this will be packed into a thin body, making for a sexy look and feel.

That’s all nice, but can it compete with Apple’s iPad (Mini) and all those Android-based tablets? It’s hard to tell at the moment, and we’ll rather have to try out the tablet first before making any judgment calls. Price is also an important piece of the puzzle and LG would be much better off with an afforardable device than a premium product only a few can afford.

In any case, we’re glad to see LG getting back to the tablet game. They certainly seem like they’ve learned their lessons and are ready for a splash…

[Via: UnwiredView, TechBlog.gr]

  • PeterSteinbeck

    I want one of these… LG definitely has what it takes to make a great tablet. :)

  • William CH

    Pipo Electronics has launched an impressive new series of tablets that stand out for their excellent build quality and performance — the Pipo M7 Pro ($255) which for
    roughly the same price as the new Nexus 7, features a much larger 8.9 inch display with 1900×1200 screen resolution, a Quad core processor, along with built-in GPS
    navigation — and is packed with features that compare to the new Nexus, and offers premium speakers, WiFi with both 2.4 and 5.0 GHz frequencies for greater connection, as well as the choice of using standard Android O/S or a Windows style User Interface that makes the Android experience much more intuitive and easier to use.

    The new Pipo M9 Pro ($285) model offers a 10-inch version and 3G HSPA+ is available with either model for $25 more and work with any GSM Carrier, including AT&T and T-Mobile, and an Android phone SIM card maybe used interchangeably with both devices…

    One of the first to carry the new Pipo Series is T ablet Sprint – which also offers a new Miracast TV adapter($39), similar to Google Chromecast – but with a lot more
    features and performs much more like Apple’s Airplay technology…

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