The Mobile World Congress 2011 is witnessed the launch of LG Optimus Pad 3D tablet on February 14th in Barcelona. LG has announced this 3G version of LG G-slate as an answer to the Samsung Galaxy Pad and iPad. The device was much awaited by the LG fans from the middle of 2010 itself and it was expected to launch by the end of 2010 at IFA in Berlin. But due to some technical difficulties the release was delayed. The rumors said that LG had been waiting for the Android 3.0 Honey comb to release and it has discarded the first android 2.2 powered Optimus Pad due to performance reasons. Now LG has launched LG Optimus Pad at MWC 2011.

LG Optimus Pad

The LG Optimus Pad tablet features an 8.9 inches capacitive full touch screen with a display resolution of 1280 x 768 displays. The key features include an Android 3.0 Honeycomb operating system along with a dual core NVIDIA Tegra processor. The device is powered by 6400 mAh battery. It will have a magnificent 3D display. There will be two cameras in the front and rear. The rear one is actually a pair of imagers which can be used for taking 3D pictures. The device is also equipped with a huge 32 GB on board memory. It is heard that the hard ware portion of the tablet has finished and now LG, the second largest electronic House in South Korea, is working on the soft ware side of the device.

LG Optimus Pad

2011 is actually considered as a year of tablets by the tech freaks. Many of the major companies have released pc tablets. The Streak from Dell, which is powered by an Android 1.6 operating system, was a success in the market. Samsung also released Samsung Galaxy Tab which is getting a huge response from market now. It is powered by Android Froyo and can choose from numerous apps present even though you need to make sure that the apps you have chosen is compatible with the device. So naturally the question arising is why LG is delaying the launch of its corresponding device. The answer lies in the specifications of Optimus Pad and yet unrevealed features of it. It seems that the sophisticated and stylish features of the Optimus pad 3D is what making LG so confident about a launch this late. The device will first hit the US markets and eventually come to other markets in the Industry.



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