On August 14, LG let loose the G Pad II 8.0 on its Korean website, and now it looks like the larger sibling of the tablets is getting its time in the limelight, too.
LG has officially introduced the G Pad II 10.1, which features a 10.1-inch display with a 19280×1080 resolution. The screen has a nifty trick, too, that will dim the blue lighting of the screen’s brightness in an effort to make reading whatever’s on the screen easier. There’s also the seemingly now-standard features, including Dual Window, which lets users run two apps side-by-side. There’s also QuickMemo+, which will allow owners to create and save a note from anywhere.
Under the hood, there’s a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 quad-core processor clocked at 2.26GHz. There’s 2GB of RAM, with 16GB of built-in storage, a microSD card slot, and a five-megapixel camera on the back with a 2MP front-facing shooter on the other side. The battery is measured in at 7400mAh, and the G Pad II 10.1 is running Android 5.1.1 Lollipop under LG’s proprietary user interface.
Unfortunately, this larger tablet doesn’t appear to have a full-size USB port like the G Pad II 8.0 does, which is interesting.
LG says that there will be both Wi-Fi and LTE models sold in “key markets” in North America, Europe, and Asia. When that will be, though, and how much the G Pad II 10.1 will cost still remains a mystery. The company plans on showing off the tablet at IFA in September, though, so if you’re interested in seeing more, stay tuned for that.