LG Optimus Pad Android tablet to retail in Japan end March
It looks like the highly anticipated LG Optimus Pad will be on the shelves in Japan this Thursday, 31 March. The 8.9-inch Android tablet is one of the latest tablet devices this year that is powered by Android 3.0 (Honeycomb) mobile operating system.
NTT DoCoMo have announced the preorders for the LG Optimus Pad L-06C in mid-March, and the company will be selling the product and the end of this month, which is this Thursday. The Optimus Pad will be selling at 60,000 yen (approximately S$926.56) on contract - two payments of 30,000 yen. For consumers with constraint budget, they can opt for the 12-month (6650 yen) or 24-month (3325 yen) installments.
The LG Optimus Pad features an 8.9-inch TFT LCD touchscreen display (1280×768) and runs Android 3.0 Honeycomb operating system. Powered by 1GHz NVIDIA Tegra 2 dual-core processor, the tablet comes with dual 5-megapixel camera sensors that can capture 3D images and videos, Wi-Fi, GPS and Bluetooth (HID compatible).
No word as to when the LG Optimus Pad will be available in Singapore yet, but with the tablet selling soon in Japan, it should be fairly soon.