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

April 12th, 2017   decode   news

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…

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