LG Announces Optimus Pad LTE

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  1. WenWM

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    LTE is undoubtedly the future of mobile networking, and today LG took their first step into the new beyond with this new tablet. The new Optimus Pad LTE is LG's very first LTE capable tablet and it comes with more than meets the eye. The tablet has a 1.5 GHz dual-core processor, a 1280 x 720 True HD IPS display, and 8 megapixel camera for shooting HD video. The specs are quite nice but sadly it is not launching with ICS. Surely we will see that coming along not too far behind?

    Full specs:

    • Operating System: Android 3.2 Honeycomb
    • Memory: User 32GB (Micro SD up to 32GB)
    • Size: 245 x 151.4 x 9.34 mm
    • Weight: 497 g
    • Display: 8.9-inch IPS True HD Display
    • Resolution: 1280 x 768
    • Camera: 8MP (Rear) / 2MP (Front)
    • Processor: Qualcomm 1.5GHz Dual-Core / Dual Channel Processor
    • Battery: 6,800mAh
    • Others: HDMI, DLNA
    Via: Androidcentral
     
  2. johnomaz

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    Anyone know what the pixel density is?
     
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    168ish by my calculations. It is late so I could have done something wrong.
     
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    I was about to ask why they wouldn't launch a brand new tab without ICS, but looks like their custom UI on top of HC probably held em back from making it work with ICS. What a shame.