LG may have gotten out of the smartphone business, but it’s still in the smart tablet business, and apparently they’re doing well here; otherwise we would not be reporting that the Korean manufacturer has just introduced a new model in its homeland that goes by the name of LG ultraTab.
This tablet boasts a WUXGA+ display, military-grade ruggedness, and mid-range hardware that doesn’t look bad. We will find more details below.
Going into details, the LG Ultra Tab boasts a 10.35-inch LCD screen with 2,000 x 1,200 nits resolution and maximum brightness of 500 nits. As you’d expect, it’s compatible with LG’s digital pen for drawing, doodling, and note-taking.
The body is made of aluminum and its design is nothing special at first glance, until we realize that it receives the degree of military certification. MIL-STD 810G, like many of the devices of this company. With that said, it is available in only one color presentation: gray.
Turning to the field of hardware, awaits us a Qualcomm Snapdragon 680 processor running at 2.4Ghzwhich comes in the company of 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage. The latter can be expanded via Micro-SD. Powering the set we will find a 7,040mAh battery compatible with Quick Charge 3.0 (25W).
To breathe life into the device is Android 12 as an operating system.
For its part, the photographic section remains in the hands of a 8MP rear camera and a 5MP front camera; nothing to brag about, but that’s the case with -almost- all tablets.
Finally, it is worth mentioning a 4-speaker system with high-quality stereo sound.
Availability and price
for now the LG Ultra Tab is only available in South Korea, where it is sold for a price equivalent to 385 euros (in exchange). With that said, it is still pending confirmation of its launch in other regions and markets.
Via | LG