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LG P930 tablet or phone surfaces in web code

updated 02:45 pm EDT, Wed May 18, 2011

Android-powered LG P930 shows up in web code

Other than the T-Mobile G-Slate, LG is apparently working on a second Android-powered tablet, called the P930. This may not be a tablet after all, as an XML file makes mention of an Android device with a 1280x720 display and both GPRS/EDGE and HSDPA/HSUPA 3G. Historically, LG devices prefixed with a 'P' are smartphones rather than tablets, while the G-Slate is called the Optimus Pad V900 in markets other than the US.

While such a high resolution sounds like it's tailor-made for a large tablet screen, Hitachi recently announced it has created a 4.5-inch smartphone display with these specs. More recently, Toshiba also unveiled a four-inch screen with the 1280x720 pixel resolution. [via UnwiredView]








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