Updated on:Oct 25, 2016
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Cutting-edge Android Smartphone
Display, configuration and OS
LG G Pad 8.3 is said to feature an 8.3-inch Widescreen Ultra Extended Graphics Array LCD screen with a 1200x1920 pixel resolution. Talking about measurements, the tablet is amazingly thin with 8.3mm thickness and weighs 338 grams just. The handset has compelling characteristics like Quad center 1700 MHz quad-center Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 processor timed at 1.7GHz and Android 4.2.2 jelly Bean operating system aided by 2GB system memory.
Camera and storage
The device packs 5 Mega pixels onto its sensor equipped for recording picture in conjunction with 1.3MP front-confronting Polaroid for movie talk. GPad 8.3 accompanies 16 GB interior memory to store music, movies and documents.
Battery and connectivity
LG G Pad 8.3 can effortlessly anticipated as a front line device with unbelievable characteristics fulfilling client's necessity. The device is completely stacked with features, for example 8.3 inch display, 5MP Camera, 2GB RAM, 16GB ROM, 1.7GHz Quad Core processor etcetera. The gadget likewise draws in with its capacity to run three applications in the meantime and an approach to switch between applications utilizing a three-finger gesture.
There’s almost no point trying to make a quality 7in Android tablet when the Nexus 7 has so absolutely nailed every criteria you could possibly have. A stupidly sharp screen. A sexy soft-touch, easy to grab build. Unrivalled performance and an appointment with KitKat sooner than most. So, perhaps sensibly, LG has decided to avoid a direct scrap with the Nexus 7 and is instead making a play for the 8-9in gap currently occupied by the iPad Mini a...
Pros: Vibrant, eye-popping screen Sturdy build thatâ??s easy on the eye, especially in white microSD up to 64GB so great for media hoarders
Cons: A little on the heavy side next to the Nexus We wish LG had dropped a Â£220 G Pad Android tablet apps canâ??t compete with the iPad