CES 2011 is off to a busy start this year. Just two days before CES officially kicks off, ASUS has shown off a whole slew of products, and LG has three high-end devices all running Android in the works – The KT Identity Tab, the Optimus Black, and the LG Revolution.
The KT Identity Tab should probably look familiar, as the device was first outed nearly three months ago. The IT was originally said to launch with a 7 inch screen, 1GHz processor, DMB TV tuner, 8GB internal storage, SD card slot, WiFi, WiBro data, Bluetooth, and run on a slightly modified version of Android 2.2. According to Engadget, the device looked to be using a 8.9″ display, but that’s all we know for sure right now. The only reason we know it’s the Identity Tab is from LG’s TheBLOG Twitter account.
The LG Optimus Black is a totally new device outed today. So far, all we know is that the device will be incredibly thin, use a 2MP front-facing camera, and looks ridiculously sexy. There’s also mention of the Black having “the Best Display Clarity,” which certainly brings back memories of that old “B” leak LG confirmed we’d see more of at CES. Does “B” stand for Black? We’ll know more any day now.
Last but not least, along with the Optimus Black and Identity Tab, comes the LG Revolution. The Revolution is still one big mystery waiting to be unraveled, but we do have one important piece to the puzzle: The Revolution will run on Verizon’s brand new 4G LTE network. Stay tuned for a whole lot more on this one.