Mobile World Congress introduced us to 3 brand spankin’ new Android tablets to battle it out with the Motorola XOOM for top dog in 2011. We saw the LG Optimus Pad (G-Slate), the new Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, and most recently, the HTC Flyer. All of them look like incredible products that come off as being very similar, but once you dig down deep, you realize they all have tweaks here or there that make them slightly different. The XOOM is the first and on Verizon’s 4G network, the LG is all about 3D, the new Galaxy Tab is lightweight and stylish, and the Flyer took a different 7″ approach, but has a new Scribe technology.
Our comparison chart is after the break.
*Note 1* – The HTC Flyer will be upgraded to Honeycomb at some point, but it will launch with Gingerbread.
*Note 2* – Apologies for missing fields; we used what the companies have made available.
*Note 3* – XOOM release date is for the U.S. All others are non-U.S. at this time.