Before a week LG added new members in its G Pad tablet family and now has shown at MedPi 2014 in Europe. Now we can see one of these in pictures, the LG G Pad 7.0 to be exact, but so far rumored details do not seem to be very impressive.
However there are some good changes in its physical design; in place of an aluminum back plate, the body has been made in plastic all throughout. The tablet is visibly thick, which does not give a solid feel as in case of the older tablet. Speakers have been relocated and placed in the back at the bottom. This seems to be rather odd location for the speakers because when the tablet is being used the speakers will be facing away from the user or downwards depending on the position the tablet is placed on the table. There is another unseemly feature that headphone jack located at the top center edge just closed to microSD card slot.
Although LG has not given out any details about hardware rumors say it has 7 inches display with resolution of 1280x800 pixels in place of its older 8.3-inch sibling. That way it has stepped down in the screen size. The rumors say that it has The processor is also believed to be a Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor contrary to the G Pad 8.3 Snapdragon 600. The new device has a 3.2 megapixel rear camera without an LED flash not befitting the type of the tablet.
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