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T-Mobile G-Slate gets FCC approval

Updated Dec 19th, 2018 7:00PM EST

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T-Mobile subscribers waiting to get their first taste of honey may be pleased to learn that T-Mobile’s Android 3.0 tablet was recently approved by the FCC. Built by LG, the Honeycomb-powered G-Slate was announced at CES amid a flurry of Android offerings. Set to be unleashed on the U.S. some time in the next few months, all we know so far about T-Mobile’s tablet is that it will include “4G” HSPA+ connectivity, it will run Android 3.0 and — thanks to the FCC — we now know it bears the model number V900. The rest, unfortunately, is still a mystery. But don’t despair, T-Moblers… you can always enjoy this handful of videos showing off the G-Slate and its Honeycomb UI while we all wait impatiently for a firm release date.

[Via Unwired View]


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