LG deploys G Pad series to Europe

LG deploys G Pad series to Europe

LG began rolling out its new G Pad series of tablets to Europe this week, starting with the G Pad 7.0. The next few weeks will see the G Pad 8.0 and G Pad 10.1 deployed, and then, hopefully, a bit of global expansion. Pricing and exact availability will be shared in the run-up to launch.

The three tablets feature a 1.2GHz quad-core processor, 1GB RAM and IPS HD display (1280 x 800); each come in a variety of colors  Black, White, Red, Luminous Orange and Luminous Blue.

G Pad 7.0 Key Specifications:

  • Display: 7.0-inch IPS (1280 x 800, WXGA)
  • Chipset: 1.2GHz Quad-Core
  • Memory: 8GB eMMC / 1GB RAM / microSD slot
  • Camera: Rear 3MP / Front 1.3MP
  • Battery: 4000mAh
  • Size: 189.3 x 113.8 x 10.1mm
  • Weight: 293g
  • Connectivity: Wi-Fi
  • Color: Black, White, Luminous Orange, Luminous Blue
  • Other: QPair 2.0, Smart Keyboard, Knock Code

G Pad 8.0 Key Specifications:

  • Display: 8.0-inch IPS (1280 x 800, WXGA)
  • Chipset: 1.2GHz Quad-Core
  • Memory: 16GB eMMC / 1GB RAM / microSD slot
  • Camera: Rear 5MP / Front 1.3MP
  • Battery: 4200mAh
  • Size: 210.8 x 124.2 x 9.9mm
  • Weight: 342g
  • Connectivity: Wi-Fi
  • Color: Black, White, Luminous Orange, Luminous Blue
  • Other: QPair 2.0, Smart Keyboard, Knock Code

G Pad 10.1 Key Specifications:

  • Display: 10.1-inch IPS (1280 x 800, WXGA)
  • Chipset: 1.2GHz Quad-Core
  • Memory: 16GM eMMC / 1GB RAM / microSD slot
  • Camera: Rear 5MP / Front 1.3MP
  • Battery: 8000mAh
  • Size: 260.9 x 165.9 x 8.9mm
  • Weight: 523g
  • Connectivity: Wi-Fi
  • Color: Black, Red
  • Other: QPair 2.0, Smart Keyboard, Knock Code

 

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