LG Android tablet spied in boy-band vid
LG's upcoming widescreen Android tablet has turned up on, of all things, a Korean music video.
The piece of pre-release product placement was spied on YouTube, and we've snapped the appropriate bits to save you from sitting through three minutes of Korean pop and hoofing.
The video doesn't tell us anything about the tablet's capabilities, of course, but internet speculation arising from a diagram of a tablet's back filed with the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has it that the gadget will sport a pair of rear-facing cameras, presumably for 3D snapping.
The tablet is rumoured to sport a 9.7in, 1280 x 720 display; an Nvidia Tegra 2 processor; 32GB of storage and HDMI output.
LG's tablet is expected to go on sale in the March/April timeframe, or as soon as Google gets Android 3.0 Honeycomb out the door. ®
Don't korean bands have names?
or was that a bit too much journalism for you? (a brief google reveals the group are Big Bang)
You seem a little surprised by this ("LG's upcoming widescreen Android tablet has turned up on, of all things, a Korean music video"). Actually though it's not unusual for Korean pop videos to promote new korean tech. Big Bang and 2NE1 did a single promoting the LG Lollipop phone, f(x) and Girls Generation both did a video for the LG chocolate, two different versions of the same tune. It doesn't stop there either, the video for Dara of 2NE1's single "Kiss" was a long beer advert...