LG today makes its return for tablets as the South Korean multinational conglomerate launches the Ultra Tab in South Korea. It is a 10-inched mid-range tablet featuring the Snapdragon 680 chip and runs on Android 12.
For starters, the LG Ultra Tab sports an enormous 10.35-inch display in an IPS LCD panel. It has a resolution of 2000 x 1200 and comes with a standard 60Hz refresh rate. Up front is a 5MP selfie snapper and an 8MP main camera on the back.
The Snapdragon 680 chip sits at the helm, aided by 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage. The tablet packs a 27.1Wh battery and runs on Android 12. It also has a dedicated microSD slot for further expansion.
Additionally, the LG Ultra Tab is compliant with the US Army’s MIL-STD 810G standard for durability.
The LG Ultra Tab is only comes in a single Charcoal Gray color and is priced at KRW 426,000 (~PHP 18.1K; US$ 326). Pre-orders have already started in South Korea although there is no mention of when will it become available in other regions.