LG has brought to IFA 2013 its new Android tablet called G Pad 8.3. Despite the fact that the announcement was made a few days before the Berlin exhibition, to get acquainted with the device closer journalists were able only to IFA.
Externally, the LG G Pad 8.3 looks restrained. With dimensions of 216,8 on 126,5 8.3 mm and weight 338 grams, the tablet easily fits in one hand. Also worth noting is the materials. Usually in LG prefer plastic, but this time, the device combines aluminum and plastic inserts. The front panel of the smartphone is made of plastic, and the back cover is almost all made of brushed aluminium. This move looks quite impressive.
As for the filling, the tablet based on the Snapdragon processor 600 with a clock frequency of 1.7 GHz. Also G Pad 8.3 equipped with a graphic chip Adreno 320, 2 GB of RAM and drive 16 GB. If desired, users can increase the internal memory with slot for MicroSD cards or via the USB OTG adapter.
In addition, the tablet has 8-inch display with a resolution of 1920x1200 pixels, two cameras – front with a resolution of 1.3 MP and is based, on 5MP. The operating system uses Android version 4.2.2 with a proprietary shell Optimus UI 3.0 optimized for tablet resolution.
One of the interesting features of the G Pad 8.3 also worth noting the pre-installed application QPair, which allows users to connect the tablet with a smartphone via Bluetooth and take on a "tablet" calls, messages and notifications coming to your phone.