Thursday , September 21 2017

Rumour: 8.3″ LG ‘G Pad’ to debut at IFA in September

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In June last year, LG announced that they were putting new tablet development on the back burner to concentrate on their Smartphone business after a pretty lack-luster launch of the LG Optimus Pad. Recent success in their smartphone business with the Optimus G, L and F series has apparently led them to dip their toes into the tablet arena if Greek site, techblog are to be believed.

Techblog are reporting that they have sourced information relating an LG G Pad, which will launch with a full HD Plus 1920×1200 resolution on an 8.3″ screen, that will be powered by a Quad-Core processor with 2GB of RAM. Given the close relationship with Qualcomm on their premium G series phones it would be highly likely a Snapdragon 600 or 800 processor would be included.

The tablet will come with an aluminium back and according to Techblog will be announced during IFA in Berlin in early September.

Any interest in an LG Tablet?

Via: UnwiredView.

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