Even though tablet sales this year haven't been mind boggling, LG is still holding on to the market. The company has announced today that it will be launching the new 10.1-inch G Pad II at IFA in Berlin come September.
While you may be wondering if it's any different from the tablets that are already available, the G Pad II boasts an impressive display of 1920 x 1200p, a 2.26GHz Quad-Core Snapdragon 800 chip and a 7,400mAh battery.
A 16GB internal storage, boosted by 100GB of free OneDrive storage and a microSD slot should ensure that you will not run out of space. A 2GB RAM might be a little disappointing given that it may not support high-speed gaming or superfast multi-tasking, the tablet contains other features like 5MP and 2MP cameras, 4G and Wi-Fi connectivity, the latest Android 5.1.1 Lollipop OS and pre-loaded Microsoft Office that should more than compensate.
You'll be able to get hold of either a CAT 4 LTE or a Wi-Fi version depending on your needs. Apart from a good battery life and an efficient processor, the G Pad II will also contain a soft metal finish and offer a Reader mode which should let you read and play even under bright sunlight.
LG has stated that the G Pad II doesn't cost any more than the existing G Pad that was launched last year. However, we'll only be able to confirm the pricing and availability once the official launch takes place in Berlin a mere ten days from now.