LG may have pulled out of the smartphone market, but they’re still working in the tablet field. That’s because they just launched the LG Ultra Tab tablet, which just debuted in South Korea.
It’s a 10.35 inch IPS LCD tablet with a Snapdragon 680 processor and Android 12 as the OS. It has a Snapdragon 680, A CPU also present on the realme 9, Moto G42, Honor X7 and Huawei Nova 9 SE. There’s a 27.1 Wh battery inside, which is rather small I’d say. It has a 2000 x 1200 pixel resolution with a 5:3 aspect and a 60 Hz refresh rate. There’s also support for input from a Wacom stylus.
Camera-wise, there’s a 5 MP selfie shooter, while at the back side there’s an 8 MP main shooter with autofocus. The configuration includes 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of storage, plus a microSD card slot. It’s also resilient to the elements, being compliant with the US Army MIL-STD 810G for resilience.
The device is available in Charcoal Gray and comes with a case with kickstand. It’s priced at $327 and sales are open in South Korea, but we can’t guarantee it’ll be available globally.