Monday, October 14, 2013

Review of LG G Pad 8.3

Competition in the realm of Android tablets more exciting. Samsung who dominate the market with the Samsung Galaxy Tab series continues to gain significant rival. One of these enemies of the weight of the ginseng LG announces LG G Pad existence and has been widely introduced.

Obviously from its name, LG revealed that the tablet has a 8.3 inch screen and runs Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean. LG G Pad 8.3 will be powered by a quad -core 1.7 GHz Krait. For the chipset itself is very powerful thanks to support Qualcomm Snapdragon 600.

Embedded memory of 16 GB. Middling relief to accommodate a myriad of applications and important data including multimedia content and games. In addition, the LG G Pad can be upgraded up to 64 GB of memory using external memory.

For a hobby photograph, LG G Pad provides a 5 MP main camera and 1.3 MP secondary camera. Display resolution of 1200 x 1900 pixels on the screen, users can enjoy movies , playing games with the look sharp and clear.

One interesting, LG has implemented the integration between devices with applications QPair. Through this application, users can see the tablet incoming calls and messages received on the Smartphone. QPair also allows the LG G Pad to easily connect to other smartphones and tablets.

LG said the G Pad tablet builds on the LG Optimus Pro and LG G G2, and is designed to work with both. Qpair can terkoneksis ddengan non LG smartphone, but recommended to Android Jelly Bean. Notes made at the G Pad QMemo applications can also be synchronized between multiple devices. With QSlide, you can control up to three different applications without interruption.

Do not miss knockon, a feature that lets you turn the device on and off devices just by tapping the screen twice.

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