Ultra Tab from LG demonstrates LG's commitment to tablets even though it gave up on Android phones

By TechThop Team

Posted on: 09 Aug, 2022

Although LG's Android smartphone business is in the doldrums, its Ultra Tab tablet is returning the company to the tablet market.

LG Ultra Tab's display measures 10.35 inches and is WUXGA+ (2000 x 1200). With the 5MP front-facing camera housed on the wider bezel, this tablet is intended to be used in landscape mode unlike its predecessors like the LG G Pad 5 10.1. The rear camera is 8MP.

There's not much to brag about in terms of specs. Snapdragon 680 is the 4G LTE chip that was released late last year. The device has only 4GB of RAM and either 64 or 128GB of expandable storage.

In addition to Android 12, the tablet has a quad-stereo speaker system, a Wacom pen stylus pen that can be purchased separately, and quad-stereo speakers.

A keyboard folio case is also available from LG to enhance productivity. In addition to Quick Charge 3 and Power Delivery support, the battery powering everything is 7,040mAh.

It's LG's first tablet in a few years, but it's not something to get excited about, even though it's the first LG tablet in a few years. 

A Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 series tablet may not be as powerful as this tablet. That's more like a cheap Android tablet than a Samsung Galaxy Tab S8.

While Nokia was drifting between losing Windows Phone and entering the Android market, the N1 tablet was launched randomly.

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