LG Honeycomb G-Slate for T-Mobile: FCC Approved

Some of the most hotly anticipated devices out of CES 2011 were tablet devices running on Android 3.0, Honeycomb. We’ve already told you a lot about the Motorola Xoom coming to Verizon which will be the first tablet out running on this operating system and now we have more news about the LG tablet, the G-Slate, which will be coming to T-Mobile.

Florin over on Unwired View reports that the FCC has now approved an LG tablet, the V900, that has WiFi and AWS connectivity. AWS connectivity is compatible with the T-Mobile network in the U.S. so it’s thought the V900 must be one-and-the-same as the G-Slate tablet, to run on Honeycomb.

So far there is little information about specs for the G-Slate apart from the fact it will run Android 3.0 and also have 4G HSPA+ connectivity, but if you want to find out more check out an article over on BGR by Andrew Munchbach who also provides a first-look video of the G-Slate as well as the G-Slate press release from T-Mobile and LG.

What are your thoughts on this upcoming tablet and how do you think it will compete against the likes of the Motorola Xoom, BlackBerry PlayBook or even the iPad 2? We’d be interested to hear from you so why not send us your comments.