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For a long time a high-end tablet has been overdue from LG, and now it seems that our wait is over. The company has filed a trademark application at the
LG’s new tablet series kicked off in Europe last week with the G Pad 7.0 and now you can get a look at features on all the devices in a
LG just doesn’t know how to sit quietly on their products. Case in point, the rumored 8.3-inch G Pad tablet. Word of the device has slowly started gaining some steam
With a new Quad HD display, a G Pad, and a sliding QWERTY on the horizon, LG has plenty in the pipeline as it pertains to Android products. Based on
LG Mobile VP (Europe) says that the handset maker is not working on a Nexus 5 smartphone and doesn’t plan to bring such as device to market any time soon.
LG today introduced their first Android-powered tablet capable of support LTE networks in the form of the –wait for it– Optimus Pad LTE. Running Android 3.2 Honeycomb and featuring a
There have been a lot of T-Mo customers who have been eagerly awaiting a pricing announcement for the LG Android powered G-Slate tablet device. Word finally came down today in the form of a very short press release (available after the break), and the price for the unit is not as good of news as people were hoping. To get your hands on the 3D capable, Honeycomb powered device, you are going to have to shell out $529.99 with a 2 year commitment, and that is after getting a mail in rebate of $100. Still, people were lining up to buy the Xoom when it was released at a higher price, what do you think? Is the $529.99 price point acceptable to you?
LG has dropped a pair of YouTube videos online, teasing their Mobile World Congress announcements. One clip is for the Optimus 3D, the other is for the Optimus Pad.
Want some news about LG’s new Android tablet powerhouse? Last we heard from the Korean tech giant LG, it was scrapping plans for Froyo and looking forward to a more
Get used to seeing a bunch of Android tablet rumors and announcements. They are not going anywhere anytime soon. Like the state of handsets a year ago, the future of