Add dual-core Tegra 2 innards to the list of things we now know about LG's impending tablet—which is due in January in an 8.9-inch size. The leak came from an LG rep, who also said it'd run Honeycomb.
Speaking again of their impending tablet, LG took a small dig at its Korean rival Samsung's Galaxy Tab, by saying that they "don't just want to release a large smartphone—we want to release the best in market." Scott Ahn, LG's head of mobiles, went on further, saying that "we are confident that we will provide the…
In an interview with the WSJ, LG's VP of Marketing made the bold statement that "our tablet will be better than the iPad." Why so confident, LG? It's "going to be surprisingly productive," apparently.