Part of the ‘LG G Pad 5 10.1’ specifications and rendered image appeared
A part of the LG G Pad 5 10.1’s technical specifications and rendering images appeared. The device was the focus of criticism since it came with Snapdragon 821, one of the flagship processors three years ago.
When it comes to Android tablets, Samsung and Huawei are undoubtedly the first names that come to mind. LG is the South Korean mobile technology giant.
The company is expected to introduce a new tablet PC model under the G Pad series in the near future, but the device has become the focus of criticism before its official chipset is introduced more officially.
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The device was discovered by Mishaal Rahman, one of the editors of XDA-Developers, on various Google certifications. Some of the technical specifications and rendering images were thus leaked.
In short, the LG G Pad 5, the LM-T600L, comes with a 10.1-inch Full HD + screen with a resolution of 1920 x 1200 pixels and a 16:10 aspect ratio.
As for the chipset, the device comes with the Snapdragon 821 chipset. As you know, the Snapdragon 821 was one of the flagship class chipsets three years ago, and it was a major mockery that LG still included this chipset in their devices in 2019.
The chipset is accompanied by 4 GB of RAM and 32 GB of internal storage. The internal storage of the device will probably be increased with the help of a microSD card.
The device has a physical fingerprint reader, but unfortunately does not have an NFC. Finally, the device box will be released with the LG UX based Android 9 Pie operating system.
The G Pad 5 in rendering has black frames that can be considered too thin or too thick. There is a selfie camera in the middle of the top frame, and the resolution of the sensor is currently unknown.
Unfortunately, the rendering does not include the back design and we need to wait a while before we can see the design in detail.