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LG Optimus Pad Android tablet to retail in Japan end March

Le 14 mars 2014, 07:53 dans Humeurs 0

 

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 60,000yen (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 (1280x768) and runs Android 3.0 Honeycomb operating system. Powered by 1GHz NVIDIA Tegra 2 dual-coreprocessor, the tablet comes with dual 5-megapixel camera sensors that can capture 3D images and videos, Wi-Fi, GPS andBluetooth (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 fairlysoon.

Source: impress.co.jp



LG Optimus Might Get Gingerbread For Dinner After All

Le 14 mars 2014, 07:52 dans Humeurs 0

 

Those who have been visting LG's official Facebook page for its Android-powered Optimus smartphone might have received a rude shock when an LG staff apparently replied that the phones will not be upgradeable to the recently-released Android 2.3 firmware, aka Gingerbread.

Apparently, the poster who made the reply on behalf of LG claimed that Gingerbread came with much higher hardware requirements, and that a 1GHz processor was needed in order for Gingerbread to be successfully installed. Needless to say, this caused a small hoo-ha among owners, considering that the Optimus One had only hit retail a few months ago.

 

However, it appears that the poster who made that reply was making up an imaginary hardware requirement. Either that, or he or she may have mistaken the requirement with that for Windows Phone 7 (which does mandate a 1GHz processor and hardware accelerated graphics) for LG had just responded with a notice on their website about its smartphone's upgrade path from Froyo. In a nutshell, Google had only just released Gingerbread, no public source code or compatibility documentation was available yet, and it was all just an honest mistake, as proven in the screenshot below (click on the image for larger version):

 

Now that the imaginary 1GHz processor requirement has been officially declared to be an honest mistake, all Optimus owners can start to breathe easy and move on with their Android experience.



LG Optimus LTE P936 shows up on FCC

Le 14 mars 2014, 07:52 dans Humeurs 0

 

This year, it seems that 4G LTE is widely sought after as we see many phone makers coming up with their new LTE flagship phones. According to reports from GSM Dome, LG has a new smartphone, Optimus LTE P936, which has appeared on FCC. The Optimus LTE P936 is said to feature a large 4.6-inch touchscreen display with 1280x720 resolution and 320ppi pixel desnsity. It is powered by 1.5GHz Snapdragon processor, runs Google Android 2.3.6 Gingerbread and equipped with 8-megapixel rear camera with LED flash that can capture videos in 720p HD resolution. We would probably hear more news about the Optimus LTE P936 in the coming weeks, and it is likely the phone will receive Android 4.0 ICS update soon.

Source: imobile.com.cn

GSM Domehad also posted a video that shows the Optimus LTE P936 running Quadrant benchmark software. Check it out.

 



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