Folks over GPSAndCo have managed to get some incredible news about the upcoming LG’s T-Mobile G-Slate. It is going to unveil at next month’s Mobile World Congress show 2011.
According the site’s sources, as they have told by a spokesman of LG France, LG’s G-Slate is going to have an 8.9 incher 3D display, 3D recording capability, USB port, HDMI connector and the tablet will be running on Nvidia Tegra 2 dual-core application processor. And the users can view the 3D content on the screen with out requiring any special glasses.
If the tablet is going to have a 3D screen and the 3D recording capability for sure, G-Slate would be an ideal competitor for the upcoming powerful tablets like Motorola XOOM, Apple iPad 2, HP Palm’s Topaz and BlackBerry PlayBook.
We’ve already now that LG Slate is the first Android 3.0 Honeycomb running 4G tablet for both T-Mobile and LG and it will include “4G” HSPA+ connectivity and the tablet has also passed through the gates of FCC recently.
Anyhow, we are three weeks away from MWC show 2011 to get the first official glimpses of T-Mobile’s LG G-Slate Honeycomb tablet. So hang on tight.