LG has today announced a total of three new Android tablets that will join their G Pad line-up of devices, dubbed the LG G Pad 7.0, LG G Pad 8.0 and the LG G Pad 10.1, they will be joining the existing LG G Pad 8.3 tablet.

Each of the tablets will feature screen sizes that match their names, and have been designed to be more attractive to buyers according to Dr Jong-seok Park, president and CEO of the company’s Mobile Communications division, who said that “customers tell us that they want a wider range of devices that offer sizable screens without compromising portability.”

“Unlike smartphones, tablets are not one size fits all. So we designed the G Pad series for a diverse target audience, some who prioritise portability while others want the best multimedia experience possible.”

The tablets will also feature QPair 2.0 connectivity, allowing users to connect each of the devices to an Android phone via Bluetooth, allowing them to receive notifications of calls and messages, and respond to them directly from the G Pad.

As of yet however, the full specifications, release dates or pricing structures for the devices are yet to be announced for the devices, but they are said to be announced in the coming weeks ahead.

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