The absence of LG from the smartphone industry for more than a year has been felt. Although the business has been successful in other facets of the tech sector, it appears that the Korean firm is still developing mobile devices. LG is producing a new Ultra Tab running Android 12 (via TheGalox ).
LG quit the smartphone business last year but was able to expand in other digital sectors. The company has been developing EV technology, screens, batteries for the Galaxy Z Flip 4, metalens technology, robots, and many other things.
Even if most of us detest to acknowledge it, ceasing operations with its smartphone segment was a wise financial decision. We can also infer that the current supply chain problems would not have improved the circumstance in the slightest.
Advertisement However, LG is developing an LG ULTRA TAB. Although LG has withdrawn from the market for mobile devices, it appears that it still has an itch to scratch. The business recently lifted the curtain on the LG Ultra Tab, a new tablet it is launching.
We can infer from the specifications that this tablet will compete in the mid-range tablet market. It boasts a 10.35-inch display with a 2K resolution and a relatively thin aluminum construction. That’s encouraging to see because many mid-range tablets have 1080p displays.
We’re looking at a traditional mid-range processor in terms of power. The Snapdragon 680 SoC, along with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage, will power this tablet. This indicates that this device will provide moderate power.
The LG Ultra Tab has an 8MP camera on the rear and a 5MP camera up front. Although they are little sensors, they should be adequate for the job. An energy source of 7,040mAh powers the lights.
A 3.5mm headphone connector, MIL-STD-810G ruggedness, 25W charging, pen compatibility, and expandable storage are other features. Android 12 is also included out of the box.
Customers may currently only purchase this item in the Korean market for the equivalent of roughly $327. The LG Ultra Tab is anticipated to reach additional areas, though.