Google announced today that now it will sell only fours Google Play Edition devices: Nexus 5, Samsung Galaxy S4, Motorola Moto G and HTC One M8. The reason for this is that the company also retired three older devices like LG’s tablet (LG G Pad 8.3), the first HTC One (M7) and Sony’s Xperia Z Ultra.
Google plans to add more devices to its lineup soon like Samsung Galaxy S5 for example … Continue reading
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The LG G Pad 8.3 (LTE), one of the new wave of LG devices that sported the company’s new features like QSlide and KnockOn, is finally making it’s way to Verizon Wireless tomorrow. Verizon said that the subscribers who’ll get the device before March 10 will get a deal with a starting price of $99 on a two-year contract. After that, the deal will go up to $199.
The LG G Pad was released back in October … Continue reading
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The LG G Pad 8.3 has been one of the more popular tablets produced in 2013 with it’s unique LG specific feature found in the G2 like KnockOn, Q Slide, and Q Pair. And it seems like an LTE variant of the popular tablet will be heading to Verizon soon as we have spotted the device go through FCC yesterday.
We’re not sure if the LTE variant of the device will sport the exact same specs as … Continue reading
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Nexus devices, running on stock Android, are always the first ones to get the latest OS updates while other Android devices with custom OEM patches usually gets it 2-4 months later. And Google’s solution? To release Google Play Edition variants of those devices that runs on stock Android OS. Imagine your favorite Galaxy S4 device but without TouchWiz and all the bloat that comes with it; Yeah. And of course it means no more months of waiting for the … Continue reading
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Google has been throwing out Google Play Edition variants of several smartphones for quite a while now and it seems like they have no intention of stopping as they have just released their stock Android version of the Sony Xperia Z Ultra and LG G Pad 8.3.
The two devices quietly went official in Google Play Store, and is currently available to order in the US. The Xperia Z Ultra is priced at $649, while the G Pad … Continue reading
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LG has announced that their newest Android tablet device, the LG G Pad 8.3 will be made available in 30 countries by the end of 2013. The LG G Pad 8.3 will be launched in Korea in October 14 and will hit the North American stores next.
LG said that the uniquely 8.3 sized tablet is the result of consulting with consumers aged from 20 to 60, asking about what the optimum size that a tablet should have, as … Continue reading
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