Top
Viagra

Galaxy Tab 3 gets rebranded as ‘Homeboy’ for launch on LG’s Korean mobile network

August 23, 2013

Image

Considering that Korea’s warring giants don’t get along too well, it’s amusing to see LG offering a Samsung-made tablet on LG U+, the latter’s domestic cellular network. The “Homeboy” is a re-branded Galaxy Tab 3 that plugs into U+’s services, including TV channels, music, video, e-book and educational software stores, oh, and it’ll double as a GPS while on the go. Leave the unit at home, however, and it’ll also guard the property, texting you if it senses an unwanted intruder — and is, according to the company’s Kang Hyun-ku, the first step in LG’s new connected home platform. That said, given that it’s nearly a nailed-on certainty that we’re going to see LG’s return to the tablet game in short order, we don’t expect the amusingly-titled slate to remain the favorite son in a couple of months.

Filed under: , , ,

Comments

Via: Android Beat

Source: Korea Herald

Comments

Comments are closed.

Bottom