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32GB LG G Pad X 8.0 V520 8" AT&T GSM Unlocked Tablet $132 + Free Shipping

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  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 617 Octa-Core CPU
  • 8" 1920x1200 Display
  • 32GB Internal Storage (w/ microSD slot)
  • 2GB RAM
  • 8MP Rear & 5MP Front Cameras
  • 4800mAh Battery
  • Android 6.0 Marshmallow
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ZTE has one with similar specs just for $60.
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ZTE has one with similar specs just for $60.
You could certainly argue that is a better value. But saying similar specs is a bit of a stretch, weaker CPU, 1/2 the storage, lower resolution, slight less battery.
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I got the ZTE Trek 2 HD for $60, Pretty happy about it. Front facing speakers are great. Will be a difficult choice if this LG is ~$100.
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Would only recommend if it was the T-Mobile v521 variant. This one will be locked up tight and wouldn't doubt if LG ends support quickly. v521 at least has unlocked bootloader, TWRP and LineageOS support.
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I'm an Android software dev, I picked up a couple of the $60 ZTE from same seller. They are good value at $60 as it seems a stable 64-bit Android built - but not good for rooting/3rd-party ROM.. very likely the ZTE will be stuck on Android 6.

This has a high-res 1920x1200 screen. MAJOR news on this one (LG G Pad V520) is that Android 7.0 is officially available through AT&T. That means multi-window support on this tablet. Surprised the seller specs don't say that: https://www.att.com/devicehowto/t...del=LGV520 -- OP, I suggest you edit your post to say that.
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Would this work as a wifi-only device?
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I'm an Android software dev, I picked up a couple of the $60 ZTE from same seller. They are good value at $60 as it seems a stable 64-bit Android built - but not good for rooting/3rd-party ROM.. very likely the ZTE will be stuck on Android 6.

This has a high-res 1920x1200 screen. MAJOR news on this one (LG G Pad V520) is that Android 7.0 is officially available through AT&T. That means multi-window support on this tablet. Surprised the seller specs don't say that: https://www.att.com/devicehowto/t...del=LGV520 -- OP, I suggest you edit your post to say that.
Are you in Austin area? What kind of apps do you develop?
Also - one of the key features of this is - has reading mode app (turns screen into sepia tinge/hue I think) is very useful. I love the formfactor and have TmO version. I need to check LineageOS support though.
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Would this work as a wifi-only device?
Definitely.

I have the 16GB version of this I bought through ATT. It's a nice tablet. Has a full-sized USB port at the top, which I love. Speakers could be a little better, but overall I'm happy with it.
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dafuq. just when i bought the ZTE tablet for $60. shoulda waited for this. 😒
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You could certainly argue that is a better value. But saying similar specs is a bit of a stretch, weaker CPU, 1/2 the storage, lower resolution, slight less battery.
cpu is same and lower resolution​ would be better for apps using this cpu. however worse for movies
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Still cannot find a worthy replacement for my N7, this has almost same specs less the CPU, but I can barely notice the difference
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Would this work as a wifi-only device?
yes. Pretty much ANY Android can, it's only the prepaid ones you may have to deal with an annoying signup screen on boot - but this one is fully unlocked.


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Are you in Austin area? What kind of apps do you develop?
Also - one of the key features of this is - has reading mode app (turns screen into sepia tinge/hue I think) is very useful. I love the formfactor and have TmO version. I need to check LineageOS support though.
Florida now. I work at home and can live anywhere - and Austin was getting too expensive (I can live 3 blocks from the beach for 2/3 the price of an apartment in Austin). Left a year ago. Right now I'm working on apps for classic Interactive Fiction text stories like Zork. Which reading is much better on a 8" tablet than a 4" phone Wink

As for LineageOS - this AT&T model is locked down hard on bootloader and root. So I'd say it's plain Android 7 (N, Neugut) - but I've found that 7 is hard to find at a good price. And the appeal to me is the multi-window from Google (and not the non-standard Samsung tablet multi-window). The sepia mode sounds great for my text IF focus - and cool that therapyreject says it has full USB port.
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I have the tmobile version of this. Nice little tablet. Android N running on it and battery life is awesome. It's snappy too. I've used the full size USB only a couple times but it's really nice to have. It had a reading more button that changes everything to a mind of greyscale image to be easier on the eyes when reading in the dark. I got it full price from tmobile which was not a slickdeal but so far I don't regret it.
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