LG’s new tablet, the LG Optimus Gpad, will feature a Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 processor and will have a Wi-Fi only version.
Past rumours suggested that the tablet would be running on the Snapdragon 800 processor. The tablet is also expected to have a 21-cm (8.3-inch) full HD display to go with the processor. The company that created Google’s Nexus 4 tablet will also be placing the familiar Adreno graphics chip in their tablet, which makes the 2 GB RAM inevitable.
The new tablet will also have 16 GB of internal memory, but we’ll have to wait to find out how much will be available to the user. In addition, the Optimus Gpad will have Bluetooth connectivity. According to rumours, it will be launched by the end of next month (September) and there is yet to be any indication from LG on this front.
LG launched its last tablet back in January 2012. The LG Optimus Pad LTE 8.9, which was then launched is now going to be succeeded by the LG Optimus G Pad. There were rumours of the company launching a new tablet that will be smaller. These rumours seem to be coming true now, especially after the company applied for a trademark for the name ‘Gpad’ last month (July).
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