LG Ultra Tab introduced with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 680 chipset and a 2K display
LG has presented the Ultra Tab in South Korea, just over a year after the company pulled out of the smartphone business. Only available in the company's home market for the time being, the LG Ultra Tab measures 247.6 x 157.3 x 7.1 mm and weighs approximately 458 g without its case attached. Additionally, the tablet launches with Android 12, an OS to which LG has been upgrading many of its recent flagship smartphones of late. Software support for the LG Ultra Tab remains unknown at this stage, although we would expect the company to at least offer Android 13.
According to its product page, the LG Ultra Tab relies on a Snapdragon 680 chipset, 4 GB of LPDDR4X RAM and a 7,040 mAh battery that supports 25 W fast charging. Additionally, the tablet has 64 GB of UFS flash storage, quad speakers, 5 MP front-facing and 8 MP rear-facing cameras and a microSD card slot. Also, the LG Ultra Tab features Bluetooth 5.1 and WiFi 5 connectivity, plus a USB 2.0 Type-C port.
Moreover, LG has equipped the Ultra Tab with a 10.35-inch IPS display that outputs at 2,000 x 1,000 pixels in a 5:3 aspect ratio. LG adds that the 60 Hz panel peaks at 500 nits and supports input from Wacom AES 2.0 styluses. As far as we can tell, LG includes a cover with a pen holder with the Ultra Tab. However, the Ultra Tab's product page also mentions an optional keyboard cover, evidence of which we cannot find at the time of writing. Currently, LG sells the Ultra Tab for KRW 462,000 (~US$355) in South Korea, although it typically retails for KRW 512,800 (~US$394).