LG G Pad III 10.1 FHD LTE tablet inspired by the Lenovo Yoga series

LG G Pad III 10.1 FHD LTE tablet inspired by the Lenovo Yoga series

This year we have not seen any significant Android tablets. Only a few tablets, such as the Lenovo Yoga Book, managed to attract attention. LG seems not to want to close this year without a tablet. For this reason, G is preparing to release a new member of Pad III series soon. The LG G Pad III 10.1 Full HD LTE tablet comes with a built-in foot that allows the Yoga Book to follow the path and stand upright. However, you have to admit that you are a little away from the Lenovo Yoga tablets in terms of talent.

Unlike their Windows-based counterparts, Lenovo’s Android Yoga series of tablets are commonly known for their hinged feet placed on one side. Some also flood the projector so that the displayed content is projected onto a surface to be seen by more people. This one isn’t perfect for gaming and LG doesn’t claim them favorite for gaming, I’d recommend gaming laptops under 1000 if you love to play games. In addition, it was possible for the angle of the leg to rise to 180 degrees and to hang it in places like this.

The foot of the G Pad III, on the other hand, can be opened up to 70 degrees. That’s just enough to watch videos. The foot, however, is slightly longer than what we’ve seen in Lenovo’s products. This makes it difficult to open it slightly and put it in a tab tablet and use it like a digital canvas.

Lg g Pad The G Pad III is an intermediate tablet from the other openings. The pixel density of the 10.1-inch 1920 x 1200 Full HD screen is noticeably lower than that of the 8-inch model introduced in May. Features like 1.5 GHz 8-core processor, 2 GB RAM, 32 GB expandable storage space are common with smaller display tablets. As its name suggests, it also offers LTE connection support.

LG is trying to take advantage of its software features to make G Pad III 10.1 FHD LTE tablet more attractive. There is a new user experience called “Time Square”, which makes it possible to use the tablet as a digital frame; Tablet clock, calendar, and of course picture frame. The Monitor Mode also allows you to project your smartphone screen to the tablet. In addition, the Reader Mode, which we saw on the 8-inch version, also reduces blue light on the screen, preventing eye strain. This mode can be activated by pressing a special hardware key.

It is currently unknown when and where the LG G Pad III 10.1 Full HD LTE tablets will be available for sale. We can expect the company to announce this tablet in CES or MWC within a month or two. However, it is said that a version with a capacitive pen support will come out next year.

Source: LG

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