LG’s first Android tablet, the Optimus Pad (launched in the first half of the year), isn’t really as popular as the company had hoped it to be. And yet it looks like LG is readying a successor to it.
Apparently called LG Optimus Pad LTE, the new tablet has appeared in South Korea running on LG U+’s network. The tablet, which obviously has 4G LTE connectivity, runs Android Honeycomb, and is not too different from the original model, coming with the same 8.9 inch, 1280 x 768 pixels display.
There is no word on when the LG Optimus Pad will be released, but it shouldn’t be too long now. And, by the way, in the second photo the Optimus Pad LTE (left) stands next to the Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9, which also has an LTE version.
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