The tablet market seems to be much more uninteresting compared to the smartphone market. It seems and even is, at least judging by the sales. That said, Apple, Samsung, and Huawei are still the manufacturers that can do anything for this business.
Especially in the last two, they offer high and mid-range models. Meanwhile, LG may soon announce a new tablet belonging to the G Pad range, the G Pad 5. Still, although new you can bet on an old chipset. This is really a pity.
The existence of the tablet was discovered by Mishaal Rahman of the well-known XDA-Developers website. It has recently been certified by Google under the recommended Android device program and also to run Google services.
Called LG G Pad 5 and model number LM-T600L, the listings reveal that it has a 10.1-inch FHD + screen with 1920 x 1200 pixel resolution. It also has a ratio of 16:10. It has a fingerprint reader, but no NFC. In the meantime, it runs Android 9 Pie with LG UX interface on top.
There is even a render of the next tablet online. Rendering reveals that the LG G Pad 5 has moderately sized black frames. There is a camera visible in the middle of the top panel. Unfortunately, there is no picture from the back.
At the level of processing power, the LG G Pad 5 is powered by the Snapdragon 821 chipset. Yes, the chipset that powered the 2016 tops. The processor adds up to 4GB of RAM and 32GB of storage. There is no confirmation about other settings. However, it must have support for storage expansion.
The reason for the choice seems to be simple. Eventually, this manufacturer still has a significant amount of these chipsets in stock, hence the decision to use it on a 2019 tablet. The LG G Pad 5 will probably have a quiet release, but we guarantee we will bring it all as soon as it is introduced.
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