LG Cancels Froyo Based Tablet

Posted by at 3:24 am on October 4, 2010

LG today stated to Reuters that it has dropped it plans for an Android 2.2 Optimus-branded tablet.    Per the report, LG had been in discussions with Google about what was the most appropriate OS for a tablet moving forward and decided that Froyo was not the best choice.   Android 3.0, which is nicknamed Gingerbread is a possibility.  With Gingerbread due this fall at the earliest,   LG’s entry into the tablet market may not happen until well into next year.

LG had indicated its planned iPad and Galaxy Tab competitor would be ready this fall and  boldly claimed that their Android tablet would be more productive than Apple’s. The cancellation follows the recent departure of LG’s CEO Nam Yong who resigned taking responsibility for LG’s poor phone sales.

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