Today LG confirmed that the G Pad 8.3 will arrive to Korea on October 14th. The upcoming tablet will set consumers back 550,000 won – or about $515. Keep reading for more details!
While they’re no match for the record-breaking numbers posted by Samsung fiscal quarter after quarter, LG’s smartphone sales have been on the rise lately, mostly boosted by the Nexus 4 and Optimus G hits.
Although it’s not exactly a household name in the global mobile industry, Pantech is extremely popular in South Korea. In fact, Pantech has been the second best-selling handset maker in its homeland in 2012, behind Samsung, but ahead of LG, Apple and all the others.
Available ever since last September through third-party South Korean retailers, Asus and Google’s Nexus 7 seems to have kept its mojo all this time around those parts.
The Samsung Galaxy S4 rumor mill has been grinding for a couple of months already, but it’s not yet at full throttle, so there might still be a while until the “next big thing” will become official.
There are countless of reasons why we love Samsung. Sammy has taken a huge gamble with the Galaxy Note and Note 2, it’s done a stupendous job with the GS3, it’s slowly, but steadily moving up the tablet ranks and has plenty of smartphone choices to fit every need and budget.
Do you remember how excited we all were when we first heard about 1080p smartphones? It was like we were seven again, it was Christmas morning, and, instead of getting the same old candy canes and toy cars, we got… ponies.
While Samsung made the Galaxy Grand official more than a month ago, there’ve been numerous questions about the device that still needed answers. Pricing was a mystery, as was the exact release date and markets targeted by the “5-inch Galaxy S2 that looks like an S3”.
Well, looky what we have here, a new kid on the block ready to take the tech world by storm with a Full HD panel.
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