As expected, LG’s first Android tablet has been officially announced at CES 2011: it’s called LG G-Slate and will be available via T-Mobile USA sometime later this year.
Details on the features of the G-Slate are scarce for the moment, but we know that the tablet will work on T-Mobile’s HSPA + network (4G, as the carrier calls it), it features a quite large display (possibly around 10 inches), and “Google Talk with video and voice chat.”
Until we hear more about the G-Slate (pricing details, launch date and so on), here are a few video previews of the tablet (including an Android 3.0 UI overview):
Via Press release
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