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LG has also posted a new video showcasing its upcoming Android Wear-based G Watch

For those already familiar with LG’s G Pad Android tablets, you know that the South Korean electronic giant already makes available it G Pad 8.3. While the G Pad 8.3 strikes a nice balance between smaller 7” and larger 10.1” tablets, LG isn’t content with providing a “one size fits all” solution.

So today, LG has announced three new models to the family that include 7”, 8”, and 10.1” G Pads. All three of the tablets will feature QPair 2.0 (software which pairs via Bluetooth with your smartphone and provides incoming call/messages notifications on your tablet) and Knock Code (allows users to power and on and unlock their tablets by “knocking” on the display in a pattern of two to eight taps).
Pricing, availability, and specifications for the new G Pad 7, G Pad 8, and G Pad 10 haven’t been presented at this time, but LG promised to provide details in the coming weeks.

In other LG news, the company has posted a teaser video that showcases its upcoming G Watch that runs Google’s Android Wear mobile operating system. Like the new G Pads, full specifications aren’t available at this time, but the G Watch will features a metal body that is water- and dust-resistant and can last all day on a single charge.

Sources: LG [1], [2]

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RE: G Watch
By retrospooty on 5/12/2014 8:54:27 AM , Rating: 2
Yup... LG is on fire lately. They have been releasing some really great stuff. I am not interested in any smartwatch, but the LG does look better to me than the rest. I love the 8 inch tablet size too. Hopefully we will see more of that. 7 is just a bit too small and 10 is a bit to big to hold with one hand comfortably for long periods (to me anyhow).

RE: G Watch
By kmmatney on 5/12/2014 12:36:35 PM , Rating: 2
I have a high end LG phone. The hardware is nice, but it has bugs, and support/updates basically ended when the next phone (the G2) came out. I certainly wouldn't recommend an LG product - as soon as the G3 comes out, LG will forget about the G2.

RE: G Watch
By Reclaimer77 on 5/12/2014 1:25:01 PM , Rating: 2
I have an honest question.

Why is it that some of you complaining about Android phones you bought that don't live up to your expectations, are so bloody vague about the phone in question?

Wtf is a "high end LG phone"? That tells us nothing.

Why can't you just come out and say what model it is? You're practically anonymous here, what's the problem?

The hardware is nice, but it has bugs

I was issued an iPhone 5C for work. The hardware is "nice", I've had it a little over a month, and I've already ran across major iOS 7 bugs.

It happens.

RE: G Watch
By Spuke on 5/12/2014 4:34:03 PM , Rating: 2
Why is it that some of you complaining about Android phones you bought that don't live up to your expectations, are so bloody vague about the phone in question?
Because he's either a troll or a shill for LG's competition.

RE: G Watch
By retrospooty on 5/12/2014 1:49:13 PM , Rating: 2
What model? If its "high end" and precedes the G2 it must be Optimus G right?

It's coming.

RE: G Watch
By retrospooty on 5/21/2014 4:10:59 PM , Rating: 2
I saw in your other post it was a Pro. Boom!

GEt it. The G2 4.2.2 was kind of sappy too, but 4.4 is awesome.

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