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what is the difference beween k10 and k20?

Asked by: bobbyd200

Hello, the K20 has a larger battery, faster processor and more. Check out the comparison here: http://www.lg.com/us/compare/compare.lg?category=/us/cell-phones ^AC

Answered by: LGAnswers

Date published: 2018-01-13

Since it is more expensive. what is the advantage of the LGK10 over the LGK20?

Asked by: Mitzi94

Hi Mitzi94, there would be some personal preference but if you go to the link provided, it will show you the detailed differences in the phone. ^AC http://www.lg.com/us/compare/compare.lg?category=/us/cell-phones

Answered by: LGAnswers

Date published: 2017-12-30

How do you type, send a message

Asked by: Patsyhildy

Good morning Patsyhildy, I can certainly show you how to send text messages! From the home screen, at the bottom will be a message icon. This is the app used to send and receive text messages. By tapping on it, it will open and you can create a new message by tapping on the plus icon. Please visit the Device Support Tool here: https://att.com/devicehowto for tutorials on just about everything on your device. Please be sure to select the make and model first once you’ve reached the website! Have a great day. Adrian, AT&T Community Specialist

Answered by: Adrian V

Date published: 2017-10-24

Is the screen shatterproof?

Asked by: Mary Ann

Hello Mary, the screen is not rated shatterproof.

Answered by: LGAnswers

Date published: 2017-12-09

Is this phone water proof or water resistant? And or good for an outdoors person?

Asked by: CoralSprings80

Good Morning CoralSprings80! According to LG’s official site, I was unable to find any details surrounding the LG K10’s performance and water resistance. From what I was able to gather on our specifications page, the LG K10 may not be the best fit for outdoor activities. You can learn more here https://www.att.com/devicehowto/dsm.html#!/make. I hope this is found to be advantageous. Have an excellent day. Shenoah, AT&T Community Specialist

Answered by: Shenoah S

Date published: 2017-09-25

Is this device waterproof?

Asked by: mbmyers77

Hello mbmyers77! Thank you for your interest in the LG K10! I would love to answer this question for you. This device is not waterproof, so you would want to ensure the phone remains as dry as possible. I hope this information helps! Jordan, AT&T Community Specialist

Answered by: JordanP

Date published: 2017-09-20

Can you cast or mirror to tv?

Asked by: Liz1981

Hello Liz1981! Thank you for your interest in the LG K10! I would be more than happy to get this answered for you! This device is capable of running Miracast! In the options for this phone, it may be shown as Wireless Display. I hope this information helps! Jordan, AT&T Community Specialist

Answered by: JordanP

Date published: 2017-09-14

Does this phone tell you the location of incoming calls, i.e. city, state?

Asked by: Brad71sloan

Hello Brad71sloan! Thank you for your interest in the LG K10; this is such an awesome device! Let’s get this answered for you, right away. Based on information provided by LG, this phone does not have the ability to tell you the location of incoming calls. I apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. Have a wonderful rest of your day! Jordan, AT&T Community Specialist

Answered by: JordanP

Date published: 2017-09-13

Sours: https://www.lg.com/us/cell-phones/lg-K425-k10

KingPad K10 Pro review: all-in-one Android 10 tablet, and more

During the past years, it comes as no surprise that the tablet market is dominated by Apple products. Not all of us have the amount of money asked from Cupertino to buy one, nor the amount needed to buy the extra accessories one would need to use them in their full potential – like keyboard, stylus, mouse etc. I guess most of us know by now that the keyboard and the stylus of premium Apple tablets, cost MORE than most of some high end Android all-in-one tablets.

 

 

So, what if there was an Android all-in-one tablet WITH all the vital extras – such as stylus and a keyboard – that costs less than the stylus and the keyboard of any Apple tablet? Surely, this could be a major deal that but a few people can ignore. It seems that is the marketing strategy of VastKing, the notorious Chinese company specializing in budget tablets – one of them we had the pleasure of reviewing some weeks ago. Their new product is called KingPAd K10 Pro and comes as a full work/fun package with a price that basically begs us to buy it. I have to admit that KingPad K10 Pro comes ready for every type of use, right from its quite impressive retail box. Everything you need is there, there are no extras to buy.

You can buy KingPad K10 Pro here

All-in-one tablet or PC?

VastKing was kind enough to send us a K10 Pro model for a review and during the past couple of weeks we used the tablet for remote work and media streaming. After all. this is what most people do / need now, during these difficult times with the COVID-19 keeping us home, so take a close look to what KingPad K10 Pro has to offer!

KingPad K10 Pro

KingPad K10 Pro – specifications

  • Display: 10.1 inch
  • Weight: 500g (not including keyboard case)
  • Dimensions: 9.6 x 6.3 x 0.3 inches
  • GPU: [email protected] 650MHz ES3.0 20fps
  • CPU: Dual-core A75 1.8Ghz + Six-core A55 1.6GHz
  • Chipset: Spreadtrum T618
  • Resolution: 1920 x 1200
  • Storage: 64GB
  • RAM: 4GB
  • OS: Android 10
  • Battery capacity: 6000 mAh
  • Speakers: Dual speakers, 1W
  • Ports: Type C, 3.5mm earphone port, microSD card slot (up to 512GB)
  • Wifi: 2.4Ghz and 5Ghz
  • Cameras: Selfie 8MP, with face recognition, main 13MP
  • Bluetooth 5

KingPad K10 Pro

KingPad K10 Pro – unboxing

The huge box is a successful demonstration of what you are about to find in it. It is white and wide, with the tablet presented at the top – with a stylus and a keyboard clearly visible. The name of the tablet is on top and on its sides, with the “Pro” part inside a box for emphasis. The bottom has a nice table with the tablet’s characteristics, the color ( in our case Ash Grey ) and the extras inside the box.

all-in-one tablet

We learn that the retail box includes:

  1. A K10 Pro all-in-one tablet
  2. A Docking Keyboard Case
  3. A Stylus Pen
  4. A USB Cable
  5. An Adapter for charging
  6. A User Manual
  7. A Quick Start Guide

If we open the box we can see the aforementioned parts, plus a warranty card and a SDcard tray ejector pin. The only thing that is really missing is a plastic film for the screen – possibly not included for better stylus functionality. The USB power plug supplies DC current (5V,2A) using the USB Type-C cable. An excellent retail package – the best we have ever seen for a tablet during the past months, something really amazing, considering the price.

all-in-one tablet

KingPad K10 Pro – description

The tablet comes with a 10.1 inch display, while hiding inside a 6000mAh battery. The size is similar to other products in the category. Its dimensions are 258mm x 150mm x 7mm with 500 grams of weight. Adding the case and the stylus, the weight increases to 620 grams as per VastKing’s official page.

all-in-one tablet

The design is very good, tending to professional looks with round edges and silver mat finish. The quality of the build is solid and the tablet looks more expensive than it really costs. Some hard-core users might not like the all around wide bezels – I have to admit. My opinion however is that this is a tablet and people need the bezels to hold to it from somewhere, without touching the screen. K10 Pro is made to be used in landscape mode and it’s designed in this way. So we plan to review the tablet keeping the landscape orientation as our main focus.

all-in-one tablet

Cameras – not good, not terrible

The selfie camera is on the top bezel and at the center of it. At the top chassis and all the way to the left – placed on the corner – we can see a port for a 3.5mm audio jack. A bit on the right of the 3.5mm port you can see the SDcard tray. The top chassis is dominated by a plastic cap, used for the antennas. On the left side of the chassis we can see the volume and power buttons, the USB port and an external sound canceling microphone. The right side is empty. The lower chassis has the pogo pins to connect with the keyboard, as well as two 8 Ohm 1W speakers. The back side has the camera on the top right ( a single lens and a flash LED) and the branding of VastKing on the exact center.

all-in-one tablet

KingPad K10 Pro – Specifications, Software and Performance

KingPad K10 Pro

Inside the K10 Pro we will find an Unisoc (formally Spreadtrum) Tiger T610 64-bit chipset with 8 cores ( 2×1.8GHz ARM Cortex A75, and 6 x 1.8 GHz ARM Cortex A55 ). Graphics are provided by a Mali-G52-3EE-2core 650MHz chip. The CPU is a late 2019 model for budget devices and this is good for keeping its price tag as low as possible. Note also that the K10 Pro comes with 4GB of RAM and 32GB of storage that is expandable to 128GB via its microSD card slot.

Display

The screen resolution is at 1920 x 1200 px with crisp and clear colors. Some pixelation is noticeable, yes so be warned. Note also that this is not the best tablet to use under the midday sun. The display is not very bright and you will need some shadow to work during the summer. The display side views are good but the color seems to faint a bit from big angles. I would like the tablet to have a better panel, but at this price I cannot be the one who’s complaining.

KingPad K10 Pro

Sound performance

Sound is a little strange/distorted – after all the position of the speakers is not helping. I guess with this being a Professional all-in-one tablet the company is not caring so much for its music performance – no one anyway has music on the office without earphones. Plugging in a set – wired or bluetooth – and the sound is proper. So for movies, games or music, headphones or earphones are a must.

all-in-one tablet

As with most Android tablets out there, the cameras of this device are mediocre – with a 13MP main sensor in the back mainly for day photography, while the front 8MP lens can be used only for daylight selfies or calls with some kind of light next to you. The selfie camera is used for Face Unlock. Facial recognition works really well and is also very fast – but I wouldn’t rely on it for complete safety – add some PIN to be better safe than sorry.

KingPad’s latest all-in-one tablet runs on Android 10 – with stock UI and only the main Google apps, and its everyday behaviour is typical. There are no extra apps nor advertisements and this is a reason to be extra happy I guess, isn’t it?

Overall performance is satisfactory and the scrolling speed of the menus is good for a budget tablet. Multitasking is ok, but not for heavy usage. Memory usage is good, with approximately 2GB RAM out of the 4GBytes being free for everyday usage.

The battery life of this all-in-one tablet is rather good with 6 hours of screen on time. However, charging is slow so don’t forget to plug it in during the night.

all-in-one tablet

KingPad K10 Pro – Keyboard and Stylus

The included keyboard is an amazing deal. It is well-made, the build quality is good, it feels durable. The material used has a soft texture to the touch. The case is applied securely to the tablet with strong clips at each corner and it keeps the tablet in, even if you shake it with force.

all-in-one tablet

The keyboard makes the tablet almost two times thicker – as with most keyboard cases / tablet combinations we have seen in the market. On the left side there’s a loop for the stylus – but note that the position blocks the USB charging port. You have to pull aside a bit the stylus, as to charge the tablet. Why the loop is not on the right side – 90% of people are right handed – is something we don’t know.

The back cover is hinged, with a stiff hinge that can be folded back. It can extend to use the tablet as a laptop or stay closed as to use the tablet on a flat surface, as if you’re in an office mode. The keyboard comes complete with Function keys – they are used also for media control. The keys are a bit small and there is no backlight. The overall layout is good and typing after a while is easy and comfortable. We liked the positive range of travel on the keys and the typing itself makes little or no sound at all. Guess where we wrote this review!

KingPad K10 Pro

The case has a trackpad also that allows clicking on the corners, but it also comes with auto sleep and wake functions in order to save some battery juice. Both work fairly well, I must admit, and this made a really positive impression to me.

KingPad K10 Pro – Stylus

The included stylus looks good and has excellent build quality. There are no buttons and the tip is plastic. I don’t know where we can find replacement tips for the pen. Probably VastKing sells them on their site. Accuracy is good in the sense that there is no misalignment and a line is always directly beneath the pen tip. The pen supports pressure sensitivity but we don’t know how many levels it recognises. The amazing thing is that it comes with palm rejection and you can use it for drawing/taking notes.

KingPad K10 Pro

The pen works with a single AAA battery – just remove the plastic cup as to have a connection.

KingPad K10 Pro – Conclusion

The all-in-one tablet costs $209.99 with the coupon: VastkingK10pro which is an amazing price considering the keyboard and the stylus. The form and the weight are good. Overall performance is good. You can use the tablet mainly for work (typing or taking notes with the pen). However it’s sufficient for browsing, watching tv series, listening to music and visiting social sites. You can remove the keyboard and use it as a tablet or give it to your kids for games/ drawing. Many things that are less than ideal can be shrugged away just by saying “it’s just $209.99”. In terms of value for money, this tablet is worth every penny, since pen and keyboard case are included.

You can buy KingPad K10 Pro here

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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We have spent the last week diving into the new KingPad K10 10″ Android 10 Tablet by Vastking. This is our second experience with the company, looking to see how well it holds up to the previous (SA10) model we came across a few months ago. It had some pretty big shoes to fill since the previous model won us over so well, so it came with certain expectations waiting for it.

Thankfully, it seems to have fulfilled these expectations, resulting in an excellent score by us, once again. Touching on just enough enhancements to maintain the previous score and avoiding the “yes, but what’s new?” bubble that some of these affordable options can sometimes get stuck with.

Design

Vastking KingPad K10 - Screen

This model took a different route when it comes to the overall design. This time, reminding us of the rounded edges from options like the Samsung Galaxy series. The dimensions of the screen feel more like a regular tablet due to less bevel running around the screen than the previous model, thus it feels more natural in your hands.

In the video below (under the conclusion), my colleague mentions that it feels as though it might be lighter as well. Although it does feel pretty good in your hands, it actually comes in at 0.1 oz heavier than the SA10 (1lb 2.7oz). This is simply an observation though as weight is not an issue with this model.

Vastking KingPad K10 - Top Side

It features the same drawer-style micro SD card slot that many tablets and phones make use of. It requires a small pin or tool to pop the tray out with and it does come with a tool for just this, as expected. It is located on the top side of the tablet, along with a 3.5mm aux port for headphones.

Their website points out that it can be expanded up to 512GB with this slot. However, in their product specs, they mention up to 128GB. We did attempt 128GB and can confirm it works perfectly. Sadly, we didn’t have a spare 512GB card laying around to test out this round so that remains untested for now.

Vastking KingPad K10 - Left Side
Vastking KingPad K10 - Left Side

 

The left side of the tablet contains the controls for volume and power. These buttons are similar to most of the models out there (both tablets and phones) with the power button being what wakes the screen up as well.

Just like their previous model, the volume can get pretty loud on this tablet if you crank it up. It does come shipped at max volume, so prepare yourself for that.

Also on the left side is the USB-C port for both charging and data transfer.

Vastking KingPad K10 - Bottom Side

The bottom side of the tablet contains dual speakers, which is an improvement from their previous model. Both models feature dual speakers with fantastic volume to them. However, in the previous model, these speakers were on the shorts side. Thus watching movies wasn’t as immersive. Now, the speakers will be at the bottom and well-spread out, making them perfect for watching video content in landscape orientation.

You can also see five contact points there in the middle of the bottom side. This is for the optional keyboard/cover that is available to this model.

Vastking KingPad K10 - Optional Keyboard Accessory
Vastking KingPad K10 - Optional Keyboard Accessory

 

When slid into the keyboard/cover, it makes contact with the contacts and powers the keyboard, enabling it to communicate with the tablet. No need to connect via Bluetooth or the need to charge it separately. It is simply plug-n-play via those contact points once inserted into the cover.

The price of the keyboard appears to be around $30, which places it within an average price point for such an accessory. It fits well to the tablet (as it should) and functions quite well, including the trackpad.

The only accessories it comes with is the USB cable for charging and a wall adapter. Being a tablet, there isn’t much more you could provide. The wall adapter is a 2A output adapter and only time will tell if you would benefit from hooking it up to anything more powerful.

Performance

This is where it held its ground quite well. When living up to a previous model that did so well, something has to take the next step in enough spec areas in order to maintain the impression as well as the score. This round, it was able to maintain such a score by touching on a number of things.

It could be a placebo effect, but it does appear that the screen looks better when placing it side-by-side with the SA10. We took a vote of 5 different colleagues to make sure we weren’t losing our minds. However, the verdict was that the screen looks good. There is just a single caveat. You have to get rid of the default wallpaper as it looks terrible. It causes a very bad impression due to the terribly low resolution of the image. However, once you swap it out with a proper high-res image, you’ll be able to relax and know that this isn’t due to the screen itself.

Of course, we have seen better screens than this, but typically, this also means a higher price tag as well. Either that or you lose elsewhere in the specs. We found this tablet to be a good balance of both for the price.

As mentioned, the tablet feels good in your hands. From the overall size/dimensions of the tablet to the sliding of your finger around the glass. It is very responsive to the touch. Android 10 is quite snappy, even when you start loading various apps onto it. This has been a make or break moment for many models within the $100-$200 range since most of them are snappy when you first turn them on. However, once you start loading a few dozen apps to them, they can sometimes slow to a molasses-like experience. So far, this tablet seems to be holding up.

Just like the SA10, the K10 has a 12nm octa-core processor on board with up to 1.8Ghz boost speeds and 3GB of RAM. Just enough to give it that snappy performance, and it is quite noticeable.

The only thing it lacks is on-board capacity. They are still stuck at 32GB, which doesn’t feel modern any longer. It could be that they are trying to rid themselves of an overstock of 32GB chips. However, it would have been nice to see 64GB as it seems to be the standard “low” right now for tablets and phones. So we do recommend using a microSD card from the very start. Go with 128GB since these cards are quite affordable now and immediately set Android to use external storage (the SD card) for all app installations. Then start installing or restoring (if coming from another Android model) apps to the tablet. This way you don’t eat up the internal storage from the start.

Moving back to the positive, we have Bluetooth. Bluetooth is another area they touched on, going with the latest Bluetooth 5.0. This allows the tablet to make use of a higher throughput, better compression and features higher quality codec support. In other words, your Bluetooth audio should sound better. This should also mean better support for various Bluetooth accessories as well (wireless mouse, storage, etc).

WiFi support includes both 2.4GHz and 5GHz, allowing the tablet to take advantage of the 5GHz bandwidth for streaming when available.

Both front and rear cameras are exactly the same as before. Since this is an affordable model, you aren’t going to find mind-blowing cameras and lens options. Instead, you find “just enough” with 13MP in the rear and 5MP in the front.

Then you have the final and most important point–the battery. This model contains a 6000mAH battery inside which seems to be more than enough to provide you with hours of entertainment, as well as the use of the optional keyboard (since the keyboard/cover takes power directly from the tablet itself). They are promising 7-12 hours of use-time depending on what you are using it for and up to 20 days of standby time. Of course, all of these promised specs are going to be based on perfect scenarios (ie, not cranking the brightness all the way up, balancing the audio, using power management techniques, etc). So experience may vary when it comes to battery life. However, so far, we have been quite impressed with the performance of the battery this last week.

Our Conclusion

When it comes to the quality of the screen, hardware performance, and battery life, we really found ourselves quite enjoying the Kingpad K10 tablet. Vastking did a great job of tweaking various specs to modernize this model and make it highly competitive with everything else out there in the market, leaving a good impression on us once again. That makes two for two from a company we never once touched on until these we came across these models.

The optional keyboard cover fits nicely with the tablet and is highly recommended by us. Especially if you prefer a physical keyboard over an on-screen keyboard. Regardless, a case is always smart to keep your tablet safe.

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Our Rating

9 / 10 stars           


Average Price*
Tablet: $169.99 — Keyboard/Cover: $30

*Average price is based on the time this article was published

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Specifications:

  • GPU: [email protected] 650MHz ES3.0 20fps
  • CPU: Dual-core A75 1.8Ghz + Six-core A55 1.6GHz
  • Chipset: Spreadtrum T618
  • Resolution: 1920×1200
  • Storage: 32GB (expandable via micro SD)
  • RAM: 3GB
  • Operation System: Android 10
  • Battery: 6000 mAh
  • Audio: Dual speakers
  • Ports: Type C/earphone port/microSD Card Slot
  • WIFI: 2.4Ghz and 5Ghz
  • Front Camera: 5MP
  • Rear Camera: 13MP
  • Power supply: DC 5V,2A
  • Blue tooth: BT 5.0
  • Headphone Jack: Yes

 


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9 / 10 stars          

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