Pantech and AT&T have been good friends throughout the years, with the Korean company launching more than a dozen phones and smartphones via the second largest US mobile carrier.
Now it looks like Pantech is readying its fist tablet for AT&T.
According to JKN (website in Korean), the tablet has an 8 inch display and LTE connectivity, and should be out early next year – most probably with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich on board.
It’s quite possible that the upcoming tablet is the Pantech P4100, approved by the FCC earlier this month (and sketched below). The P4100 features a 1.5GHz dual-core processor, HDMI, MicroSD card slot, a camera on the back and, of course, a SIM card slot.
The new Pantech LTE tablet for AT&T could be announced at CES 2012. We’ll obviously let you know if this happens.
JKN also reports that the LG Optimus Pad LTE (which still hasn’t been announced) will be out in the US next year, too.
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