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LG introduces the LG G Pad II 8.3 LTE today This tablet is 8.3 inch and with resolution of full HD which means 1920x1200 pixels. This tablet also comes with a built in stylus and android 5.1.1 OS. LG G Pad II 8.3 is powered by Snapdragon 615 proccessor and Adreno 403 GPU. It also contains 2GB of RAM and 16 GB expandable storage. For the battery it contains 4800 mAh non removable battery. The LG G pad II 8.3 has an 8MP rear camera and 2 MP front facing camera. That's all we know for now. #lg…

Huawei anuncia Huawei Y6II A Huawei acaba de anunciar a chegada do Huawei Y6II a Portugal estando à venda nas lojas pelo preço recomendado de 19900. Este equipamento foi desenvolvido a pensar nos utilizadores mais jovens e a quem procura um equipamento com uma boa relação preço/desempenho sendo bom em ambos os aspetos. A aparelho está disponível no nosso país nas cores: branco preto e dourado. O novo Huawei Y6II traz um design curvo para oferecer uma sensação de toque mais agradável. Em…

Here’s rumor and its not of Galaxy S4 it of Samsung Galaxy Note III which is rumored to come with 6.3 -inch OLED Display, according to Korea Times reports. The original Galaxy Note, by comparison, had a 5.3-inch display, which was enough for commentators to coin the term “phablet”...