The three new tablets in LG’s G Pad lineup will be officially announced later this week and are being teased by the company with next to no details on them.
LG has begun teasing a set of three new tablets in its G Pad range, though unlike usual pre-announcements, the Korean manufacturer is keeping mum about pretty much every detail.
LG launched the G Pad 8.3 last year as a tablet that was “just the right size,” but that isn’t stopping it from experimenting with the three standard tablet sizes prevalent in the Android world today. The G Pad lineup will be available in 7-, 8- and 10.1-inch variants, each aimed at portability, multitasking and entertainment respectively. Going by the vague teaser images, the G Pads will be similar in design to Google’s Nexus 5, and at least the 7-inch model will be available in blue, black and white color options.
On the software front, the latest G Pad tablets will come with traditional LG features, including KnockCode which allows waking up the screen through customizable “knock” patterns, and will probably be running Android 4.4 KitKat underneath. All three tablets will be officially unveiled at the MedPI 2014 show between May 13-16, where we should get all the details including hardware specs, pricing and availability.