LG G Pad II 10.1 Features A Snapdragon 800 Processor And A Massive Battery
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Under the hood, LG G Pad 2 10.1 powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor with Quad-Core 2.26 GHz CPU. This is a High-End processor, but quite old when using in 2015. The devices use the same processor like Nexus 5, Xperia Z1, LG G2 and more. Besides, this tablet also brings 2 GB RAM and 16 GB built-in memory to store all data and apps.
So (speaking literally now), how does the G Pad measure up against the likes of Apple's new iPad mini with Retina display By dint of its 8.3-inch screen, it's 17mm taller and 30 grams heavier, thanks in part to its massive 4,600mAh battery. But the G Pad does best the new iPad mini's dimensions in one area: width. Its constrained 126.5mm expanse (versus 134.7mm on the iPad) is a design decision that you'll either love or hate, since it means the G Pad has considerably less bezel to rest your thumbs on in portrait mode. I found it only mildly troublesome when using the tab in portrait, but not enough to dissuade me from continued use.
Breaking the monotony of the faux-leather back is an 8-megapixel camera along with an LED flash. Meanwhile, the edges are home to the usual array of ports and buttons. In portrait mode, the 3.5mm headset jack sits on top, while the power, volume buttons and IR blaster sit along the right side. At the tablet's base are a pair of stereo speakers and a micro-USB charging port that does data transfers at USB 2.0 speeds. Last but not least, there's a microSD reader on the left side, which is absolutely crucial in a device that only comes with 16GB of internal memory (there will also be a 32GB version, but the price has yet to be announced). Aside from that, the Tab Pro 8.4 houses a 2.3GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 quad-core processor, 2GB of RAM and a non-removable 4,800mAh battery.
Despite my trepidations about the Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4's faux-leather stitching and skinned UI, I gradually came to accept -- nay -- fall in love with it. It has premium written all over it, from its crisp display and sleek exterior to a robust processor that more than keeps up with the tablet's multitasking capabilities. The downside, of course, is that it comes at a cost, with a price that's right up there with the Retina display iPad mini. Further, its battery life is poor compared to the competition -- at the very least, there's a three- to four-hour difference between the Tab Pro and devices like the Retina display iPad mini and both of Amazon's Kindle Fire HDX tablets. Still, if you want a thin and light tablet with top-tier performance, the Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4 is a good choice. Just be prepared to plug it into an outlet more often than you might like.
In a battery rundown test, which loops a video with screen brightness set to max and Wi-Fi on, the G Pad 10.1's 8,000mAh battery lasted 7 hours, 37 minutes. That's better than the Galaxy Tab 4's 6 hours, 33 minutes.
We're also impressed by the speed and battery life. It might not be the very fastest processor out there, but we rarely noticed. But if that has a knock-on effect to battery life then we definitely noticed: because the G Pad can last out for days with the right kind of use. A real reason to consider the G Pad as a commuter device.
LG G Pad 10.1 uses a quad-core Snapdragon 400 processor, has 16GB of storage, a microSD card slot for a memory expansion of up to 64GB, and a 5-megapixel main camera, which will give you great performance on whatever you do. 153554b96e