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LG says no more to tablets

Written by Andre Yoskowitz @ 20 Jun 2012 8:53 User comments (2)

LG says no more to tablets Although no one even knew they sold tablets, LG has announced they are pulling out of the market.
LG, the world's fourth biggest phone maker, says they will move their focus to smaller devices like smartphones, rather than competing with the iPad.

"We've decided to put all new tablet development on the back burner for the time being in order to focus on smartphones," says Ken Hong, a spokesman for LG.

Most recently, LG introduced its second tablet, the Optimus Pad LTE, to little fanfare.

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2 user comments

121.6.2012 00:18

When I read the article title, the first thing I thought was "LG makes tablets?" Glad I'm not the only one lmao


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221.6.2012 23:41

Lmao that title is too funny, they need to stick to what they know! Android has way too many manufactures fir them to keep up with.

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