Currently, the 8-inch tablet is available only in Korea.

LG has quietly launched an 8-inch tablet on the market, the successor of the last year's G Pad model. Like many producers, LG did not show a lot of ingenuity in the product name, merely appending number 2 to the old one.

The tablet has the Android 5.0 operating system installed; the screen has a 1280 x 800 pixel resolution, while the body runs in a curvier. It features the Snapdragon 400 (1.2GHz) processor and the RAM has been boosted to 1.5GB, up from 1GB on the previous model.

The tablet has been newly furnished with a stylus and a full-size USB port to connect your USB stick, mouse or keyboard without any trouble.

There is 32GB storage available and, if that is not enough, a slot for a microSD card (supporting up to 128GB).

The back camera has a 5 million pixel resolution, while the front one has a resolution of 2 million pixels. The battery runs 4200mAh. If you want it, there is only one problem – currently, it is available only in Korea.

Aug. 19, 2015 Living photo: LG

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