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After Google’s Nexus One and Nexus S flagship smartphones, Google join hands with LG to release its own Nexus Branded Tablet using Android Honeycomb 3.0 software.
Just like it did with HTC (for the Nexus One) and Samsung (for the Nexus S), Google will work closely with LG to develop the Nexus tablet. It will most likely be optimized for Android 3.0 “Honeycomb,” and will be free of the software issues that have been plaguing Motorola’s Xoom, the first Honeycomb tablet on the market.
At first glance, LG seems like an odd choice for Google to rely on for a flagship tablet. The company’s inexpensive Optimus One Android phones have been a hit with price-conscious consumers, and it’s also bringing the 3D-capable G-Slate tablet to T-Mobile (pictured above), but LG has yet to prove that it can deliver a flagship mobile device.