LG acknowledges G Pad 8.3 in new YouTube video

LG acknowledges G Pad 8.3 in new YouTube video

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LG just doesn’t know how to sit quietly on their products. Case in point, the rumored 8.3-inch G Pad tablet. Word of the device has slowly started gaining some steam over the last few weeks and it has become pretty not a matter of if, but when.

A new YouTube video which went live in the last hour has LG asking random folks on the street to describe the features of the perfect tablet experience. As you would expect there is talk of portability, larger screen, power, all-day use case, and more.  The clip ends with the splash of ‘LG G Pad 8.3′ pretty much confirming that it’s right around the corner.

If history is an indication, LG will keep sneaking out bits and pieces of the tablet in close up images or vaguely worded messages on social media in the run-up to its debut.

With IFA slated to kick off in but a few days time we might look for LG to introduce the tablet in Berlin at the annual event.

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