LG G-Slate Spot: Another video gives more clues

There’s a lot of talk at the moment about what we might expect from MWC 2011 in Barcelona beginning on February and one of the items we spoke of was the LG G-Slate, a new tablet that has been rumored to be 3D-enabled. Among our recent posts we also reported on release date news and how this Android 3.0 Honeycomb tablet will be coming to T-Mobile.

Among the many very impressive-looking tablets that are upcoming, the LG G-Slate with 4G HSPA+ connectivity, looks as though it could offer major competition to the Motorola Xoom, another Honeycomb OS tablet, and others tablets such as the BlackBerry Playbook and of course, the iPad 2. Recently we also reported on a spot of the G-Slate on a Korean pop video which seemed to back up rumors that it was a 3D device.

Now we hear from Vlad Savov over on Engadget, of yet another spot of the G-Slate this time on a YouTube video by MysteryGuitarMan. You can see the video below this story. LG seems to be choosing strange ways of leaking information about the upcoming device but it would nice if we could have a little more on the specs by now. Savov notes from this new glimpse that there appears to be a single LED flash and two connectors at the bottom of the device. One more snippet from this latest spot is we can actually see how slim the device is.

Matthew Chung over on Ubergizmo also reports on this latest video featuring the LG-Slate and notes that the reverse looks somewhat different to the device on the earlier pop video, with a distinct Google branding on a metal strip. I suspect we may have to wait until MWC to get more of the lowdown on this tablet but from what we’ve seen so far it looks promising. What are your thoughts on the LG G-Slate? Why not send us your comments to let us know.