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Tuesday, 28 May 2013 21:09

LG planning new tablet for Q3 2013

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Giving tablets another go

Other than a couple of products, including the quite unsucessful Optimus Pad LTE, LG mostly stayed out of the tablet business but according to a latest interview with LG's VP LG Mobile for Europe, Kim Won, it appears that we might see a new tablet from LG after all.

In an interview for Dutch site, All About Phones, LG's Vice President LG Mobile for Europe, Kim Won revealed that LG is working on tablet hardware for this year. He also revealed that LG is not working on a Nexus 5 smartphone but did not dismiss that LG might be working with Google in the future. He also added that LG might be looking into another OS but made clear that he is not talking about Windows Phone platform.

Last but not the least, he confirmed that LG is indeed wroking on its own chip design for future smartphones.

You can check out more here. (via GSMArena.com)


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