LG has recently unveiled the 8-inch version of their 2nd-gen G Pad tablet in Korea. It turns that is a mid-range version of the G Pad, and we were wondering when will LG unveil the bigger variant of that tablet. Well, LG has just announced that they’ll be officially unveiling the LG G Pad II 10.1 during IFA in Berlin next month. The company did, however, already released the tablet’s specifications and a number of other details in an official press release they sent out today. Let’s check out what LG G Pad II 10.1 has to offer, shall we.
Let’s check out its specifications first. The LG G Pad II 10.1 features a 10.1-inch 1080p (1920 x 1200) display with 224 ppi. The tablet also ships with 2GB of RAM and 16GB of expandable internal storage. Interestingly enough, Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 800 quad-core SoC clocked at 2.26GHz powers this tablet along with an Adreno 330 GPU for graphics. The 5-megapixel shooter is available on the back of the G Pad II 10.1, and a 2-megapixel snapper can be found up front. The 7,400mAh battery is also a part of this package, and the G Pad II 10.1 offers 4G LTE (Cat. 4) connectivity as well (if you opt to purchase that version of the tablet, because the Wi-Fi only variant will be available as well). Android 5.1.1 Lollipop comes pre-installed on this tablet, and the device itself measures 254.3 x 161.1 x 7.8mm, while it weighs 489 grams. The device will be available in Brilliant Bronze color options, and will ship with a number of software features such as Readers Mode, Dual Window and QuickMemo+. LG has also pointed out that specifications may differ from market to market, so keep that in mind.
“The LG G Pad II 10.1 was developed in response to consumers’ feedback and optimized for multimedia consumption. Customers asked for a large display, bigger battery and faster performance all without raising the price. The G Pad II delivers on all counts,” said Chris Yie, Vice President and Head of Marketing Communications for LG Mobile Communications Company. There you have it, this is the LG G Pad II 10.1 (2015), and it’s certainly more capable than the 8-inch variant LG announced recently. If you’d like to check the design of this thing, visit the gallery down below