LG Electronics had recently declared the launch of its latest creation, the LG G-Slate Tablet PC. This gadget has all the armaments that make a great Tablet PC. Some of the features in this system include the latest Android Operating System, a dual camera, 32 GB of in-built memory space, GSM 850/900/1800/1900/ UMTS 900, 1700/2100/2100 MHz network operating frequency, java compatibility, an inbuilt 3D graphics card, 4G network support, Google maps 5.0 with 3D and GPS.
The specifications of the LG G-Slate Tablet PC include a TFT capacitive touch screen, high resolution, LCD display, camera resolutions of 2592×1944 on the front and rear cameras, digital zoom features and inbuilt Gtalk application. In addition to this, it has MP3, AAC, AAC+ and AMR format audio file support, with video support of MP4, H 263 and H 264 formats, along with social networking applications such as facebook. It provides SMS, MMS and email support, along with Instant Messenger and Java integrated into it. It runs on an Android v3.0 operating system, and supports Google Ebooks and Tablet PC optimized Gmail. It has a universal 3.5 mm audio jack, with a High speed USB v2.0 port and supports Micro SD and SDHC memory cards.
LG, in addition to selling its latest tablet PCs in the US, has also planned to ship versions without 4G support to countries outside the country. Sources within the company had said that the company has planned to release the Wi-Fi and 3G supported models of its Google Honeycomb G-Slate tablet to the United Kingdom as well as other countries. The LG has revealed the 4G version of the G-Slate Tablet PC in the Consumer Electronics Show 2011, held in Las Vegas this year. This latest gadget from the house of LG had been designed for T-Mobile in the Unites States.
LG has detracted from selling its 4G models outside the US due to the fact that 4G is not available anywhere in the world, except in the US. LG has reported that its 4G model can deliver download speeds of up to 21 Mbps. By releasing different versions of its tablet PC, LG has taken a leaf out of Apple’s campaign. Apple’s iPad is available in different versions; while one has 3G, the other version is Wi-Fi enabled. This way, there are various versions of Apple’s single product, which is why it has become popular. LG aims to mimic the success of Apple with its G-Slate Tablet PC, but only time can tell how its new plans go. For the time being, LG has not yet revealed specific release dates for its tablet PC. It is slated to release further details in the Mobile World Congress that is going to take place between 14th and 17th February in Barcelona, Spain.