LG’s new Android Honeycomb tablet – the LG Optimus Pad – has been revealed at Mobile World Congress 2011.
With a planned UK launch date of March 2011, the LG Optimus Pad is one of a host of tablets unveiled at this year’s MWC that will run the new Android Honeycomb operating system – a version of Android designed specifically to use on tablet PCs.
Earlier versions of Android were designed for use on much smaller smartphone screens, so are not optimised for larger tablet screens.
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LG Optimus Pad screen and specs
LG’s new tablet has an 8.9-inch screen, offering a mid-size tablet option between the 7-inch Samsung Galaxy Tab and the 10.1-inch Apple iPad. Features include:
- Twin 5Mp cameras for shooting in 3G (though it can’t play this back so you’ll need to stream to a 3D TV)
- A 2Mp front-facing camera for video calls
- A 1GHz dual core Nvida Tegra 2 processor
- Screen resolution of 1280×768
The Which? team will be getting their hands on all the exciting devices launched at Mobile World Congress 2011, so keep track of all the latest news and videos on our round-up pages:
- Tablets at MWC 2011
- Mobiles at MWC 2011
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