Verizon Wireless announces that the LG G Pad 8.3 LTE tablet will be available to the public from March 6th. Anyone can already order online or buy directly from physical stores, as Coolest Gadgets reports.
To kick off with a good note, the tablet is priced at $99.99 along with a new, two-year activation from March 6 to 10. After which the tablet will go back to its original price - $199.99. Customers can likewise add the tablet to their everything plan for another $10 per month.
Verizon says the tablet offers smooth and seamless connectivity, regardless of whether the purpose is for fun or for business. It can be paired to a sophisticated Android smartphone such as the award-winning LG G2.
To maximize productivity, the Q Pair App comes in handy, allowing the LG G Pad 8.3 to deliver fast access to online content and productivity tools.
The LG G Pad 8.3 LTE is described asreasy and convenient to carry around, as it weighs less than a pound and fits to the palm of thehand perfectly. As for the hardware specs, it is packed with an 8.3-inch full HD IPS screen, 273 pixels per inch optimized for watching movies, social media, TV shows, reading emails and reviewing presentations. Its slim bezel provides nearly edge-to-edge viewing of a sharp and bright picture from any angle. The LG Knock app awakens the display and can also put the whole tab to sleep by tapping it twice.
Running the tablet is Qualcomm Snapdragon 1.5GHz quad-core processor. A 2GB RAM, 16GB expandable memory, 4600 mAh battery microSD memory card slot are also found in the pack.