Korean mobile manufacturer LG has debuted its first two Android 2.2 smartphones and has disclosed that it will also be launching its own Android–based tablet computer.
The new mobiles will be launching in South Korea before the end of 2010 and are expected to feature LG Optimus branding for the UK.
The LG LSU950 is being adapted for Android 2.2, complete with full native Flash support, 720p video capture and integrated HDMI output.
LG's LU2300 is also getting Android 2.2 and in even bigger news it could be the first one of the bunch to make an appearance in the UK, as LG has confirmed plans for an international launch via an official blog post.
LG also revealed that in the final three months of the year it will be launching a tablet PC based on Android, although it would not divulge any more information relating to this potential iPad rival.
It would also have to compete with the Samsung Galaxy Tab, which will run Android and sport full mobile calling capabilities, according to recent reports.
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