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Premium LG G Pad 8.3 hits stores next week

The tablet that CNet praises for its “zippy performance, expandable memory, and crystal-clear screen” and Stuff Magazine calls an “unexpected gadget champ” is set to hit Philippine stores by end of November 2013.

Riding on the success of the LG G2 smartphone, the LG G Pad 8.3 is the first tablet under LG’s premium G series. 
The G Pad sports an 8.3-inch full HD IPS display that lets the user indulge in sharp and clear imagery, high resolution, and true-to-life colors and details.  Its huge and expansive screen stretches all the way to its slim bezel.  The tablet’s size still allows pocket-sized portability and has a narrow 126.5mm width for a comfortable one-handed grip. Designed to maximize both viewing and listening experience, the G Pad 8.3 has dual rear speakers on the back for enhanced volume and sound quality.
LG says the speedy performance of the G Pad 8.3 is due to its advanced 1.7 GHz quad-core Snapdragon processor, specifically designed for multitasking efficiency. 
Powered by its Wi-Fi feature, the user can download music, stream videos, check social networks, and browse the web all at once without lag.  And with the device’s 4,600 mAh battery, the activities can go on all day and night.
It also has the useful features found in the LG G2 such as QSlide, Slide Aside, QuickRemote, and KnockON. Other fresh features include Life Square, which creates an integrated journal through a single click of photos, texts, videos, calendar events, Facebook posts, and tweets; and Guest Mode, which allows up to eight different people to use the G Pad through different codes for accessing private and personalized apps.
The LG G Pad 8.3 will retail for P16,990 – the only tablet to feature a full HD display and quad-core processor at this price point.
Visit www.lg.com/ph or www.lgblog.com.ph, like LG’s official Facebook page “LG Philippines”, and follow LG on Twitter or Instagram @LGPhilippines to find out more.
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