T-Mobile USA has still not announced when its LG G-Slate Android tablet would become available, but you may be happy to find out that the carrier has just launched a sign-up page for the upcoming device.
The webpage, where you can sign-up to receive further information, is accessible here. Unfortunately, it doesn’t tell us much, other than the fact that the G-Slate runs Android 3.0 Honeycomb and is a 4G (HSPA+) tablet – which we already knew.
The G-Slate may have the same screen size and resolution as Verizon’s Motorola Xoom (10 inches, 1280 x 800 pixels), which would make it a direct iPad competitor. We’ll bring more details about the tablet as soon as they become available.
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