Tuesday, August 31, 2010

KT Launches Tablet to Rival iPad - Digits - WSJ

Somehow I suspect that should probably read “[…] very soon to be a former exclusive supplier of Apple’s iPhones in South Korea”

KT, South Korea’s largest fixed-line operator, and the country’s second-largest mobile carrier by revenue, unveiled Monday plans to offer its “Identity Tab” tablet PC in early September.  KT, an  exclusive supplier of Apple’s iPhones in South Korea, has teamed up with Kosdaq-listed portable network device maker Enspert to make the device.

According to KT, the device weighs 445 grams, features a one gigahertz CPU, and a 7-inch liquid crystal display. It also has a 3 megapixel camera and 8-gigabytes of memory storage. Users can download content from the firm’s own online application market, called Olleh Market, as well as from Google’s Android Market.

KT Launches Tablet to Rival iPad - Digits - WSJ

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