LG G PAD 7.0 REVIEW
The Android powered LG G Pad 7.0 is famous for its price tag and satisfactory specs. Who would want to miss such an affordable tablet with decent performance and stats?
It runs on Android 4.4.2 KitKat with LG’s Optimus software on top. A vivid 7 inch 1280×800 screen, excellent audio quality and an outstanding battery life is all it provides at a reasonable rate of around $150. The G Pad comes with 8GB internal memory which can be expanded to 32GB with a micro SD card.
Apart from the standard apps, this tablet provides interesting apps like the Qpair that helps you sync your Android mobile with the pad, QuickRemote that turns your pad into a programmable remote for your TV and cable boxes and QuickMemo+ where you can save reminders, weather and location data. The Optimus skin introduces unique changes to the Android user interface. The pad boasts a pretty perfect color accuracy and saturation, although its color spectrum is comparatively limited.
The split screen mode allows you to work on two windows simultaneously and is an added advantage. LG has provided certain additional changes like the fourth virtual menu button at the bottom right corner, QSlide bar in the notifications drawer which helps in launching select apps and KnockOn that wakes up the tablet when you tap the display twice.
LG Pad 7.0 will be equipped with LG’s signature security feature, LG Knock Code ™, a new way of waking and unlocking mobile devices
That one factor causing disappointment is the camera quality. Images are grainy without much detail, especially in the close-up pictures. On the positive side, it has got epic battery life that beats all its competition. So if you wante one long-lasting Android tablet, this one seems a fine choice!
Key Technical Specs Include:
LG G Pad 7.0
- Display: 7.0 inches IPS (1280 x 800)
- Operating System: Android 4.4.2 KitKat
- Chipset: 1.2GHz Quad-core processor
- Size: 189.32 x 113 x 10.15mm
- Memory: 1GB RAM (up to 3.89 GB usable) / Micro SD Slot (up to 32GB)
- Battery: 4,000mAh
- Camera: 3-megapixel rear-facing camera / 1.3-megapixel front-facing camera
LG G PAD 7.0 REVIEW