Added by on January 18, 2015

Phil takes a look at the first Google Play edition tablet from LG.

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  • Android Central 2 years ago

    Here’s our quick look at the LG G Pad 8.3 Google Play edition, and a brief
    comparison against the LG original and the Nexus 7.

  • Leonardo Maurício Freitas 2 years ago

    Caros, eu estou querendo compra o LG G Pad 8.3. Mas estou querendo o Google
    Play Edition, que vem com o Android puro.
    Alguém sabe onde posso encontrar por aqui? Ou se eu comprar o modelo da LG
    mesmo, eu consigo instalar o Android puro. Se sim, há alguma modificação no
    desempenho de hardware e software?

    Desde já agradeço a atenção.

  • Brandon Giesel 2 years ago

    I bought an LG G-Pad 8.3 Google Play Edition and I really enjoy this
    tablet. The battery life and overall performance of this tablet is just
    outstanding. I came from a Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 and don’t regret this
    purchase one bit. If you love vanilla android and want a good sized tablet
    that is still portable, look no further. My only disappointment is that I
    am unable to use the IR Blaster that is located on the opposite side of the
    Micro SD card slot. I really hope I can get the IR Blaster working some day
    and Q Remote working. That is the only piece of LG software that I wish I
    was able to use.

  • Neo Seer 2 years ago

    I have a Android phone with a 5 inch screen, would I need this tablet
    especially since Android tablets apps are still very few. If I am only
    going to have stretched out phone apps I don’t see the point. Advice

  • CoolOlly 2 years ago

    the best thing ever would be a google play edition lg g2… just a nexus 5
    but with better battery and camera and screen. i own a nexus 5 and g2. i
    have a custom rom on my g2 and i use it more than my nexus 5

  • Lorenzo Rey Camejo 2 years ago

    I think this Google edition tablet is just sick, very cool they are doing

  • Jake Stumbaugh 2 years ago

    I love the size of the lg g pad, I want one 

  • BfoSHIZnats 2 years ago

    I would buy the g pad if google would just release it to Canada but we all
    know that’s not going to happen. Since we haven’t gotten ANY of the past
    google play edition devices! It’s like Google Wallet, they complain that
    no one uses it but maybe if you would RELEASE IT TO SOME OTHER COUNTRIES!

  • Haider Ali 2 years ago

    Looks like a blackberry from the back :

  • Shon Curry 2 years ago

    I know this has nothing to do with the video but I saw Homeland on the
    widget on your nexus7 I’m also a Homeland fan and was wondering if there
    would be a forth season ..if anyone knows ?

  • ECDT1089 2 years ago

    Not bad for $350.

  • Benjamín Valenzuela 2 years ago

    In my opinion the best looking android tablet, now with awesome stock
    android. I need one!

  • Eric Read 2 years ago

    which would you get lg g pad or the Google play addition

  • Django Groen 2 years ago

    do u get the z ultra google play edition?

  • TJ Armstrong 2 years ago

    Best Tablet on the market to compliment the best phone on the market.

  • DJ SHAKE 2 years ago

    Is the Google Play edition smoother then the stock one ? I want to buy an
    LG G Pad 8.3 but I heard that the Nexus 7 2013 is smoother and faster.

  • Jong Youl Park 2 years ago

    G pad google play edition

  • kanyaugatiejagwo 2 years ago

    I got a Galaxy Note 8.0 then put Apex launcher on it. 

  • Cosmin ionut Ciopor 2 years ago

    Even if I just love stock android, this tablet looks a lot better with the
    LG UI.

    PS: I clearly saw in another one of your videos that you make the videos
    and then record the audio separately. Now I can’t “unsee” it and it bugs me
    because I notice it in every video. Damn…

  • Ricky Sirianni 2 years ago

    I was going to get the Nexus 7 on monday but now i am stumped I mean the G
    Pad has a bigger screen with better internals but the Nexus is lighter and
    has a better screen (quality) I really dont know now :/

  • Benjamin Rodriguez Reyes 2 years ago

    LG’s next phone should look like this

  • Joseph Talampas 2 years ago

    Which would you recommend getting the Google Edition for the 50$ extra or
    get the original G Pad 8.3? Only difference I’ve heard are Google Play will
    get updates faster and of course it U/I. Just wondering on you opinion?

  • Кос Шведов 2 years ago
  • Matias Gonzalez 2 years ago

    What a waste of space on the settings menu!

  • saf1729 2 years ago

    This device looks really appealing but no love for us folks in the UK. So I
    better stick with my Nexus 7.

  • SmartyPantsTech 2 years ago

    My jaw dropped when i heard about the Google Edition of the G Pad, this
    will replace my Nexus 7 2012 for the G Pad, im so excited!

  • dbajkthefirst 2 years ago

    i know there were rumours for a nexus 10-2 was this the replacement?

  • fantomasdnb 2 years ago

    I thought 4.4 had cut away the widgets tab from apps, and it has a
    backround in there too? why it’s not like that here?

  • oTeeeJay 2 years ago

    i wanted a nexus 5 or a LG G pad 8.3 or samsung galaxy tab 3 so i ended
    getting the galaxy tab 3 like about 3 week ago and now this comes out

  • G. Ali 2 years ago

    Original G Pad UI is made for this tablet. Integrated fully. Stock looks

  • Maksimiliāns Piektais 2 years ago

    Could you do a speed comparison with Nexus 7 2013 and G Pad stock version?

  • Jeremy Phạm 2 years ago

    Can you compair it to the Nexus 7 2 and give away that G pad

  • 797979ricky 2 years ago

    When does this release? I want it for xmas

  • Wally West 2 years ago

    Does this version have the blue line issue? 

  • nasagreir 2 years ago

    I really hope Google will make a Google play version of the Asus
    transformer infinity, the galaxy note 10.1 2014 and the galaxy note 3

  • yasin ahmed 2 years ago

    You have to remember a lot of apps won’t be scaled up to 8.3