- Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 (Quad-core 1.70GHz)
- 2GB RAM, 16GB Flash Storage
- 8.3" Full HD IPS (1920x1200) Display
- Wi-Fi, BT, MicroSD Slot, Dual Camera
- Android 4.2.2 Upgradeable to Android 4.4(Kit Kat)
It's an OK tab - nothing particularly wrong with it. Screen is great, fairly quick, decent battery life.
LG software. Very janky (jerky) to use - LG left nothing of "project butter" on this device, CPU is a bit underpowered for a tab - they needed 800 in there. Touch latency is very high.
But the biggest gripe: cannot load Google (Google Play edition) ROM. LG, if you can't write decent software yourself - please let us at least use the GPe version.
Do not bother - get a Nexus 7 (2013, v2) instead - much better device all around. Screen is calibrated (and only a tad smaller), CPU is faster, touch latency is smaller (much more responsive to the touch), build quality is *much* better, and you use saved dollars on apps, etc.
Another *very* interesting tab out there is Tegra Note. It sounds awesome on paper, but I do not own it to recommend.
Did you find this review helpful? Yes / No Thanks for the valuable feedback you provided!