Jan 14 AT 4:56 PM Nick Gray 8 Comments

LG’s T-Mobile G-Slate makes an appearance at the FCC

Itching to get your hands on a Honeycomb tablet?  We have some great news for you!  The FCC has given their stamp of approval to the LG V900 tablet.  Since the T-Mobile G-Slate is the only tablet from LG that we are currently aware of, it’s pretty safe to assume that the V900 and the G-Slate are actually the same device.   The FCC documentation also indicates that the LG V900 features support for T-Mobile’s AWS WCDMA 3G network. 

Now that the T-Mobile G-Slate has cleared the FCC, we’re hoping that LG or T-Mobile will soon share more details about the device’s hardware configuration. We were pretty impressed with what LG showed off at CES this year, so we certainly have high hopes for the T-Mobile G-Slate Android tablet. 

Note: while doing some additional research for this article, we found that Engadget and TmoNews reported that a similar tablet named the LG V909 cleared the FCC last week during CES.  It’s unclear why LG would have two different devices with support for a AWS WCDMA 3G network sent to the FCC.

Via: UnwiderView

Source: FCC

Nick is a tech enthusiast who has a soft spot for HTC and its devices. He started HTCsource.com (the first HTC blog) back in 2007 and later joined the Android and Me family in the summer of 2010.

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