T-Mobile unleashes the G-Slate tablet
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T-Mobile, the German provider, owned by Deutsche Telekom, which operates several GSM networks in Europe and the United States has officially unveiled the LG G-Slate tablet.
This brand new tablet which will feature Google Android 3.0, is purported to be LG's North American adaptation of its tablet and likely called the Optimus Pad elsewhere. The G-Slate is also said to utilize T-Mobile's 21Mbps HSPA+ data speeds.
Adaptability to the Android 3.0 will empower the G-Slate tablet to be able to use Gtalk-based video chat built-in as well as allow for access to Google's bookstore. If the same as the Optimus Pad, the tablet will also include a NVIDIA Tegra 2 inside. This will be in addition to front and back cameras.
There are no reports on the pricing of the G-Slate by T-Mobile. Neither there word on the shipping date, although what we do know is that the same is not going to happen any time soon.