After the Device LG G-Slate shown up by LG and T-Mobile at CES, a tablet model nameLG-V900 has got through FCC. At CES LG G-Slate was announced as the upcoming Tablet for T-mobile and will be running on Android Honeycomb. The tablet is being assumed as being the T-Mobile G-Slate that was announced ahead of CES by LG and T-Mobile.
There is also a chance it to be an another device, The LG-V900 sports the same AWS WCDMA 3G bands seen on the LG-V909 which made visit to FCC early according to ubergizmo, making LG V-900 another device likely to hit T-Mobile.
It is a 4G tablet with HSPA+ connectivity, it will likely be powered by the Nvidia Tegra 2 platform and will come with 1 GB RAM, front facing camera for video calls and it will also feature the latest Google Mobile innovations including Google Maps 5.0 with 3D interaction, collection of more than 3 million eBooks and Google Talk with video and voice chat.” No other details about the exact specifications of the G-Slate are out yet.
An official announcement about the device passed the FCC has yet to be made by the Company and we are looking forward to it.