LG is not left behind and shows its own tablet with Android, Tegra 2 and 3D
Mobile phones and smartphones may not be the most famous product line of the Korean electronics giant LG, but it is still one of the largest manufacturers in the field, whose Optimus brand has grown and developed and often makes headlines. After erecting to her credit the title of "first dual-core smartphone" with a device Optimus 2X, And in its nest are other interesting devices like Optimus 3D וOptimus Black, LG is turning to further expand its Optimus brand - with (how not) a new tablet, bearing the name Optimus Pad (And G-Slate, for those of us who are in the United States).
LG's first tablet device will come with quite impressive technical specifications, which will include a processor Tegra 2 dual-core 1GHz (which has already become standard for most current tablets), operating system Android 3.0 (known as Honeycomb and specially adapted for tablets), 8.9-inch touch screen and 1280 × 768 resolution that supports 32D display (with glasses, which undoubtedly takes the sting out of the feature, although it is still one of the only tablets that will allow such a display), XNUMXGB of space storage Built-in front 2 megapixel camera and two rear 5-megapixel cameras, with LED flash, which will allow photography Video Three-dimensional quality 1080p.
The Optimus Pad will also have an accelerometer sensor, a gyroscope, a light sensor to match the screen light to the environment where the tablet will be found, Video 1080p (via HDMI connection) and a battery that will provide 6400mAh.
|A set of impressive features||Will the price be impressive as well?|
The American company T-Mobile plans to market the device "in the spring", but LG For its part, it announced that the tablet will arrive in America as early as March - which will make it one of the first Honeycomb devices on the market, and inLG We promise to see and hear a lot more about the Optimus Pad at the "MWC 2011 is approaching.
The details that are known about the Optimus Pad definitely put him as a worthy competitor To the Motorola Xoom tablet (Which garnered much acclaim at CES) and as the ideal tablet for anyone with XNUMXD is its top priority, but it seems that what can really attest to the potential success of this device is the price - which has yet to be revealed.