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LG and T-Mobile reveal more G-Slate tablet details

February 2, 2011 |  3:04 pm

G-slate LG and T-Mobile showed off more specifications of their upcoming G-Slate tablet on Wednesday as the companies prepare to release the product this spring.

The device, which can be held upright in one hand, will be T-Mobile’s first to be hooked up with the Android 3.0 Honeycomb operating system. The company already produces the Samsung Galaxy Tab.

The G-Slate, set to be the first in a line of G-series products, will feature an 8.9-inch HD display capable of 3-D with special glasses. For gamers, the device will have a gyroscope, accelerometer and adaptive lighting.

A 2-megapixel camera that faces the user can be operated for video chats through the T-Mobile network or through Wi-Fi with Google Talk. The tablet, which will have 32 gigabytes of internal memory, can also record HD 3-D video.


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