LG G Pad 7.0

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LG G Pad 7.0
Also known as V400, V410
Manufacturer LG Electronics
Product family LG G series
Type Tablet, media player, PC
Release date Q2 2014
Operating system Android 4.4.2 Kitkat
CPU quad-core processor[1]
Memory 1 GB
Storage 8 GB flash memory,
microSDXC slot (up to 64 GB)
Display 1280x800 px,
7.0 in (18 cm) diagonal,
IPS LCD display (216 ppi)
Input Multi-touch screen, digital compass, proximity and ambient light sensors, accelerometer
Camera rear-facing, front-facing
  • HSPA+ 21, 5.76 Mbit/s quad 850, 900, 1,900, 2,100 MHz
  • EDGE/GPRS Quad 850, 900, 1,800, 1,900 MHz
  • Wi-Fi 802.11a/b/g/n (2.4, 5 GHz), Bluetooth 3.0, HDMI (external cable)
Dimensions 189.3 x 113.8 x 10.1 mm (7.45 x 4.48 x 0.40 in
Weight 293 g (10.34 oz)
Predecessor LG G Pad 8.3
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The LG G Pad 7.0 (also known as LG G Tab 7.0) is an 7.0-inch Android-based tablet computer produced and marketed by LG Electronics.[2] It belongs to the LG G series, and was announced on 13 May 2014 along with the G Pad 8.0, and G Pad 10.1. This is one of LG's new tablet size variants aimed to compete directly with the Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 series.[citation needed]


The G Pad 7.0 was first announced on 13 May 2014.[2] It was officially unveiled at the MedPI tradeshow in Monaco. It was officially released in July 2014.[1]


The G Pad 7.0 is released with Android 4.4.2 Kitkat. LG has customized the interface with its Optimus UI software. As well as apps from Google, including Google Play, Gmail and YouTube, it has access to LG apps such as QPair, QSlide, KnockOn, and Slide Aside.

The G Pad 7.0 is available in a WiFi-only, 3G & WiFi, and 4G/LTE & WiFi variants. Internal storage is 8 GB, with a microSDXC card slot for expansion. It has a 7.0-inch IPS LCD screen with a resolution of 1280x800 pixel. It also features a front camera without flash and rear-facing camera. It also has the ability to record HD videos.


  1. ^ a b "LG G Pad 7.0". GSMArena. Retrieved 13 May 2014. 
  2. ^ a b Lawler, Richard (11 May 2014). "LG admits that one size doesn't fit all with three new G Pad tablets". Engadget. Retrieved 13 May 2014.