Technically it was announced at CES but T-Mobile had hardly talked anything about LG G-Slate, wasting most of their time talking about Streak 7 of Dell and allowing Motorola’s Xoom to gather all the attention of Honeycomb. Well today some changes have come due to some new details which are official, which turns the G-Slate various features like internal storage of 32 GB, Tegra 2 processor of 1GHz dual core, accelerometer and gyroscope, stereoscopic video camera capable of capturing 1080p 3D, 5mp still camera and LED flash. There is also 2mp camera in front for doing video chatting over HSPA of T-Mobile and network or the WiFi. If you look back to the 3D business for a while, you will have to use glasses to fully enjoy downloaded or recorded 3D content on 8.9 inch LG G-Slate display, but it will also help you to display 1080p video above HDMI. Still the issue regarding prices is a question, but now the companies are comfortable as they say to expect it by this spring, so move ahead as well as start planning bigger regarding the plant life blooming during the springtime that you will be recording in three dimensions. You can follow break for the complete press release. Update: The T-Mobile will launch their product in this spring, while the LG electronics says that in March the G-Slate will be launched in US, as one of the Honeycomb tablets. Motorola Xoom still enjoys the honor of being the first of its kind.
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