The LG G Pad is Sprint’s new LTE tablet. I have been using it for a few weeks now and wanted to share some first impressions. This is the first tablet that I have used that is not Wi-Fi only so I was excited to take it on the road and really test things out. This is considered a mid-range tablet so I had my expectations set as such. The tablet itself is really sharp looking. I have the white model which stands out against the black screen. The size is perfect for its portability factor.
I really enjoy LG phones, so I was excited to learn that a lot of the awesome features from their mobile devices were included on the LG G Pad. Knock On/Off and Knock Code are probably the best features I have used on a phone in the past few years. I think all Android phones should adopt them because it makes turning on and unlocking a device so much quicker. The screen on the LG G Pad F 7.0 is a lot better than I expected. It is no flagship HD quality, but it is more than adequate for watching movies and surfing the web.
Using LTE in Atlanta on a tablet was an awesome new experience. I took my G Pad with me everywhere I went and was able to surf the web and answer emails on the go. I have found myself using my phone a lot less now that I have a portable tablet with awesome service on it. I am looking forward to using the G Pad and testing out all the features it has to offer.
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