LG Ultra Tab powered by Snapdragon 680, launches in South Korea.
by Ray Kyle De Castro | August 10, 2022 8:01 pm
It has been quite a while since LG has released a tablet or a smartphone after the confirmation that they’re exiting the business. Miraculously, the South Korean conglomerate has released a tablet for South Korea, the LG Ultra Tab.
Its specifications resemble an entry level offering. It houses a 10.35″ WUXGA+ IPS LCD panel that refreshes at 60Hz. It can go as bright as 500 nits.
Its performance department is handled by the Snapdragon 680 processor. While not powerful, the chip is known to be a power sipper with devices that carries it receive excellent reviews for its battery. The cameras are lackluster, expected for a device of this caliber. It enjoys a pair of 8MP and 5MP facing at the opposite direction with them being the rear and front camera.
Other features include a 27.1Wh battery with support of up to 25W charging, quad speakers, wacom stylus support and MIL-STD 810G certification.
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