In Europe, it turns out you don’t call it the G-Slate.
LG Electronics’ recently revealed G-Slate (as it’s called here in the states) will be making an appearance at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, only it will go by the name Optimus Pad. LG sent out a Korean press release today about the impending announcement of the European variant at the MWC, which will run from February 14 to the 17.
Despite the fact that in Europe the device is referred to as the Optimus Pad, it should maintain the same specs as the American G-Slate, which were unveiled not too long ago. Powered by an Nvidia Tegra 2 processor, the Optimus Pad/G-Slate will have 32 GB of internal storage, an 8.9-inch screen with 3D capabilities, a front-facing camera, and will run Google Android OS 3.0, aka Honeycomb.