I got this for 30 bucks as part of a 2 year plan deal. I mean for 30 bucks is a steal. Imma gonna use it for school. I'll buy a keyboard for it
Battery life is this tablets worst enemy, Barely 4 hours of screen on time. It also gets very hot near the camera on even the lowest end games. Other then that I love this tablet, It has a very nice large display and it looks as good as an OLED panel as LG is known for making fantastic displays and it shows. These tablets can also be easily rooted and updated to Oreo via custom ROMS. As of me posting this these can be bought in excellent condition for about $40 on Ebay making it a pretty killer deal. Although It should be mentioned you can get the newest Gpad X model for about the same.
3000 mAh is very less ,it will not last half a day by only gps navigation, at least 6000 mAh .
Speaker and camera are cheap and low quality, but the Android experience: surfing the net, watching videos, general app responsiveness is quite good for what you pay. I think this tablet is excellent value for money if you can get it around $170 USD
NewUser, 06 Jan 2018Awesome tablet, but lack of accesories... I cannot find a decent protector case, all the cases... moreThe faster processor requires less battery power and make this device lighter.
Sounds like you never held this device in your hand or even seen one, your comment makes no sense at all.
Good battery life and charges fast. I can watch hours of video per charge and screen share works flawless with my smart television. I convert and edit video with this tablet no problem.
Wifi connectivity is improved and is light weight and found a drop proof rugid hard case.
Great value for the price and Android Oreo is around the corner for this device also.
Awesome tablet, but lack of accesories... I cannot find a decent protector case, all the cases i found have the edges exposed. No pen. Keyboards are too expensive, 1/3 the price of the tablet. Buy a cheap bluetooth keyboard, will see if i can pair with tablet. Where can i find a variety of cases to chose from ?
-_-, 20 Jul 2017LG G PADS days are counted they are good tablets, Im still using the G PAD 8.3 V500 but no upd... moreI use v500 for 4 years with crDroid 3.8.3 A 7.1.2 from XDA Developers and it''s awesome. No more updates? Now they develop Oreo for v500. This is by far the best tablet i ever have. BTW, G Pad 4 hahaha this is a joke for a tablet. I agree with some comments here, this is 2017-2018 and they put 2 gb ram? 3000 mah battery hahaahahaha. v500 have 4600mah. It's a joke for a tablet.
Just got this for free after getting an lg phone from tmobile. The tablet so far isn't bad, but it isn't close to being the best. Doesn't really have the power to provide a super smooth experience. Now the experience isn't terrible; it's just not the best. The screen is good, and the speaker battery pack that it comes with is nice. If I had to buy it outright i would go for something better.
sdfsdfdsf, 23 Jul 20172gb ram? are you kidding me? this is year 2017 not 2014 G4 stylus 1gb still fast, don't be fool by Chinese marketing bigger ram, as ram dont increase speed, chip does . If you after speed buy motorola tab SD625 faster
Even though this phone only has 3,000 mah battery it's still able to have a great battery life and also the 3,000 mah battery makes it lightweight
Ian, 12 Aug 2017Is this released here in phils? I have the LG G Pad X 8.0 aka LG G Pad III, it's best use for multitasking, also same specs like the G Pad IV.
I'm from the Philippines
I just tested the GPad X2 8.0 Plus at T-Mobile. There is no support for NFC.
Where I live, I can get the Galaxy Tab S2 (LTE, SD652 version) for 30 euro more than this, and you get a way better chipset, 3GB RAM, a higher resolution sAMOLED screen and 1000mAh more battery, despite it's 5.6mm thickness. This tablet is way too overpriced for what it offers.