LG's Android Tablet: Q4 2010 (Plus Android Tablet Round-up!)

Posted: Aug 1 2010, 7:15pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 12 2010, 12:45am CDT, in News | Hot Gadgets

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LG's long-awaited Android tablet will be launching in Q4 of this year. BGR reports (via Android Community) that the gadget will launch under the Optimus brand. We know it will run Android, but nothing else.

Odds are good that we'll see this tablet launch with either 2.2 or 3.0, with the latter being highly likely due to the late launch. As exciting as the idea of an LG tablet is, I'd like to remind you all that the company is currently having issues meeting demand for the iPad's screen. They'll need to get their production problems handled before the launch of a branded tablet is remotely feasible.

Even if LG falls through, Android-lovers should have plenty of slates to look forward to this holiday season. The Galaxy Tab is expected to hit around fall, while Notion Ink's Adam is expected to launch at some point during the holiday season.

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