LG U+ Pad 8 unveiled by the Korean carrier, LTE and GPS support mean it's ready to go

LG U+ Pad 8 unveiled by the Korean carrier, LTE and GPS support mean it's ready to go


LG U+, the LG-owned South Korean carrier, introduced a new mid-range tablet - the LG U+ Pad 8. Yes, it’s an 8” tab with a 1,920 x 1,200px screen (that’s 19:10). It’s on sale in 2,000 stores country-wide for KRW 242,000 (that’s around $210/€200).
The LG U+ Pad 8 is meant to be used on the go, its 4,000mAh battery should give you 6 hours of usage. The tablet has LTE connectivity (a relatively slow 150Mbps down) along with dual-band Wi-Fi. And there’s a built-in GPS receiver if you need to find your way around. The FM radio is an odd but not unwelcome addition.

While the screen sounds pretty good, the internals are less impressive - MediaTek MT8783 chipset (octa-core CPU at 1.3GHz), only 2GB of RAM and 16GB storage plus basic cameras, 5MP (back) and 2MP (front).

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