LG has announced a trio launch of three tablets in its G Pad series. The South Korean multinational that had launched its G Pad 8.3 Tablet back in September 2013 has declared that G Pad 7.0, 8.0 and 10.1 will be added to its tablet arsenal to compete with its rivals which include Samsung, Sony and Google itself amongst others.
While LG hasn’t released full specifications for the three devices, they have revealed information about the Display sizes and the presence of a front and a rear camera in all devices. It is also expected that these devices will come with some of the existing features of LG’s smartphone range, including the Knock Code, the functionality that allows users to unlock the device by tapping on the Phone in a custom pattern anywhere on the screen.
While nothing is clear right now, it would be a fir assumption for users to expect a plastic chassis along with on screen buttons on this device. More details of these products are expected to be released in the following weeks and LG will showcase these new G Pad devices at the MedPI 2014 IT/Tech trade show in Monaco from May 13th to 16th.
By providing multiple choices to users looking for an Android tablet, LG aims to establish superiority amongst the competition and provide a different sized offering for everyone. With the expected launch of Google’s 8-inch Nexus 8 tablet planned in July this year along with other existing and planned products from various manufacturers, LG can expect to have some tough competition.