New 10-inch LG GPad X II Tablet with Android 6.0 Released


LG recently released a new Android tablet with a high resolution 10.1-inch screen that runs Android 6.0 Marshmallow called the LG GPad X II.

Not very many inexpensive 10-inch tablets have high-resolution 1920 x 1200 screens so it’s good to see LG offering another option.

This model has LTE wireless built-in; it’s an unlocked version.

The LG GPad X II sells for $349 with free shipping.

It has some interesting features, like a built-in stand, dual window mode for running two apps simultaneously, and a reading mode to help reduce eyestrain by filtering blue light.

The LG GPad tablet is a powerhouse when it comes to storage space. It comes with 16GB built-in and it supports microSD cards up to 2 TB (but do they even exist yet?).

Other specs include a quad-core Snapdragon processor, 2 GB RAM, 5MP front and rear cameras, Bluetooth 4.2, Wi-Fi, and it has a 6,000 mAh battery. Check the LG website for more detailed specs.

If you don’t need the LTE connectivity and don’t care about Android 6.0, the Lenovo Tab 2 A10 is still a solid option for a 10-inch high-res tablet, and it sells for half the price as the LG GPad X II.

9 Responses to “New 10-inch LG GPad X II Tablet with Android 6.0 Released”

  1. “but do they even exist yet?”
    No. The biggest you can get it is 256. The biggest you can get without spending a fortune is 200.

  2. It does seem to be a standard claim for devices released this year.
    A couple of years ago most devices just refered to the largest currently available.
    I almost wonder if some law has been changed that allows companies to now use the theoretical capacity?

    The worst part is I see people falling for it in the comments of articles about new devices. They get excited not realizing that their several year old device that had claimed 64gb as the maximum is actually just as capable as the new “2TB” devices.

  3. Well I guess whenever the 2TB microSD cards come out it’ll work, but the 1 Petabyte ones won’t 🙁
    I find it interesting that it comes with LTE unlocked…

    I can’t find any reviews on this Tablet… Nathan, buy one and do a review 😉

    • I could use a replacement for my Lenovo Tab 2 10 since I dropped it and cracked the screen, but cell service is way too unreliable where I live so it wouldn’t be worth the extra expense. I’ve been waiting for a new inexpensive 10-inch tablet to come along with a high-res screen but there aren’t many options.

      There’s also a new 9.7-inch Asus Zenpad that looks interesting. It has an iPad-like screen. But I’ve bad luck with Asus tablets in the past and have no interest in buying another one.

  4. My lg glad x 10.1 is awesome. Lgs phones suck. Even my Bluetooth headset has to be sent in for warranty, but I love this tablet. Why not just get the slightly older version if u wanna go cheap?

  5. LG’s website says “10.1” (1920 x 1200) TFT WUXGA”. It doesn’t read IPS which coul mean bad viewing angles. I didn’t search user reviews to look for bad viewing angles support.

  6. It is really good tablet.I have it for a month and I am very satisfied.That LTE connectivity also works great.There is a reading mode in this tablet that allows you to use it as an e-reader.very versatile tablet.Battery run time is great,if not much as an e-reader.Overall,worth it.