Without special announcements or presentation, LG has launched a new tablet in the US. LG G Pad 10.1 X II LTE is already on sale in major American stores at a price of $ 349 and offers an octa-core processor, a high-resolution display and fast connectivity. The real peculiarity of the device, however, is not its technical details, since its design: built with a chassis made of polycarbonate, glossy and matte on the back from the front, the new tablet LG hides a kickstand on the back that allow you to use it even vertically on a desk, without having to invent makeshift stands.
But we get into detail: in a thickness of 8 mm and weighing 510 grams, LG G Pad X 10.1 LTE II integrates an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 617 processor with Adreno 405, 2GB of RAM (Pochini) and 16GB of expandable ROM though well up to 2TB with a microSD card slot. The screen has a diagonal of 10.1 inches, but a Full HD resolution (1920 x 1080 pixels), and is placed in front of a 5 megapixel camera, the same one that is positioned at the back and allows you to record Full HD video. Like all G Pad, even this model runs on Android 6.0 operating system Marshmallow.
As for connectivity, the LG tablet uses the 4G / LTE modem X8 Cat.7 integrated in SoC (supported bands: 2, 4, 5, 12, 25), an 802.11n WiFi module and Bluetooth 4.2. The technical picture is closed by a pair of front-facing stereo speakers, a Type-C USB port for charging and data transfer, and a 6000 mAh battery for a maximum range of 9.5 hours.
LG also offers a number of unique features such as QPair, which allows the tablet to be paired with a smartphone so if for example the latter is positioned away from us while we’re on the couch with tablet will be able to close the call and answer perhaps with a SMS courtesy, even being able to choose between various formulas already preset. Also with QPair you can also respond to received text messages and retrieve the last used app on your smartphone.