LG is joining what should soon be a crowded Android tablet market with its Google mobile OS-powered tablet that the company announced is set to release in Q4. Further information from LG regarding the Android tablet computer specs is very limited at this time.
The upcoming tablet will join LG’s “Optimus” series of smartphones. LG announced they would release a flurry of Optimus devices beginning later his year — up to ten of them, reports pocket-lint.com — and on a variety of platforms, depending upon the gadget. So far, three Optimus phones have hit the market with more expected to be on the way.
LG unveiled a Microsoft Windows 7 powered tablet PC at Computex Taipei earlier in the year, dubbed the UX10. The tablet ran an Intel Atom processor and sported a 10.1-inch LED touchscreen. It also featured WiFi, 1GB of DDR2 RAM, a front-facing webcam and HDMI out.