Here is my review of one week with the LG G Pad 7.0:
If you like LG and had used the LG G Pad 10.1 then you will love this little brother. The design is very simple and smooth. I love the fact that it wraps nicely from back to front which allows for easy one hand usage. With extras added on including an IR blaster. This allows me to use this beautiful device as a touchscreen TV remote. The design also includes a door for an SD card (which is concealed nicely). Headphone jack is located on the top which is what I prefer to the bottom of the device.
Qpair comes loaded already in this fabulous device. This allows you to connect and sync seamlessly with your smartphone. Which allows you to get notifications from your text messages, incoming calls, and social media. This works really well when on your tablet at work or home and don't want the hassle of also carrying around you smartphone.
Dual windows is ability that makes it easy to multitask. Though the app list that can be used on the Gpad is limited it still is a very useful tool. Just as the name makes it sound it allows you to have 2 apps on the screen divided to maximize your multi-tasking ability.
The G Pad comes with a 5.0 megapixel camera on the rear followed up with a 1.3 front facing camera. I have found pictures to look good and not to pix elated or fuzzy. One of the features I loved the best is the voice picture option. You can set your voice to take a picture by allowing trigger words to initialize the camera. You can pick the words like "cheese" or "Please".
This was a brief review of what I like about the LG G Pad 7.0 I hope it was insightful.
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