3D LG Optimus Pad to debut at MWC 2011

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LG have officially confirmed that their 3D Optimus Pad tablet device will be making its debut at this month’s Mobile World Congress show in Barcelona.

Though official details on the tablet’s specs are slim, there are a few snippets we’re nearly certain of. Firstly, it’s that the Optimus Pad will be running Android version 3.0, the Honeycomb build designed specifically for tablet-sized devices. Secondly, that it’s going to have an 8.9 inch glasses-free 3D display, with dual-rear cameras for 3D still and video recording. A dual-core Nvidia Tegra 2 CPU is also top of the tablet-followers wish list.

The news follows T-Mobile announcing the arrival of their G-Slate tablet, itself expected to be a re-branding of the Optimus Pad. If that prooves to be the case, you can add a 6,400 mAh battery to that list of specs.

We’re heading out to Barcelona for MWC 2011 next week, so check back then for the full lowdown on the device.

Via: Tech Radar / Unwired View

Gerald Lynch
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