LG is following up last year’s G Pad 8.3 tablet with 3 new models featuring screen sizes ranging from 7 to 10 inches.
The company’s been making Android tablets for years, but the G Pad 8.3 has been one of the most well received models to date, which probably explains while the new G Pad tablets all seem to take their design cues from the latest model.
Each tablet has the same slightly curved edges and thin side bezels. And they’ll all feature Google Android software along with a few LG features including the ability to unlock your device with Knock Code by tapping a pattern on the screen, or the QPair feature which lets you sync the tablet with a phone over Bluetooth to sync your notifications.
LG plans to reveal detailed specs for the new tablets soon, but what we know so far is that there will be a 7 inch model designed for use in one hand, an 8 inch “mid-sized” tablet with an emphasis on multimedia, and a 10 inch model that “provides endless hours of entertainment and fun,” which is hopefully code for really long battery life.