In addition to the LG G-Slate that was announced at CES, LG is following up with its Optimus Pad announcement for Mobile World Congress. The Optimus Pad is an 8.9-inch tablet featuring Google’s Android 3.0 Honeycomb operating system, which is the first version of Android built for tablets. The device’s 8.9-inch screen supports a resolution of 1280 X 768 (WXGA). The tablet is powered by an NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor, which is a 1.0 GHz dual-core mobile CPU. Additionally, the Optimus Pad will have a 3D camera–dual lens camera–which will allow users to capture videos and images in 3D and share it with a 3D HDTV or on the web with YouTube 3D.
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From the press release:
LG Optimus Pad
The LG Optimus Pad sets a new standard for tablets by utilizing an 8.9-inch display in a form factor that`s comfortable to use one-handed. With a 15:9 aspect ratio and Full HD 1080p decoding, the LG Optimus Pad offers users an immersive multimedia environment on a 1280 x 768 WXGA resolution widescreen display. The new device sports Honeycomb, Google`s latest platform optimized for tablet devices with an optimized and intuitive PC-like interface for running tablet software. LG`s tablet runs on a 1GHz NVIDIA Tegra 2 dual-core processor for unmatched performance and power management. In addition, the LG Optimus Pad is the world`s first tablet with a built-in 3D camera, enabling users to capture vivid image and video content to be viewed on a high definition 3D TV or shared on the web via YouTube 3D.
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