LG V900 Tablet Hits the FCC for T-Mobile, Likely the G-Slate

An LG tablet with T-Mobile’s 3G radios has just hit the FCC, dubbed the V900. We’re almost positive this is T-Mobile’s LG G-Slate tablet announced at CES 2011. It now makes sense why they were unable to show the device off in any functional capacity – it would have been illegal before today’s clearance. All that’s changed now, though, and we hope to see more videos of this thing in action in the coming weeks leading up to its launch. (Whenever that’s set to go down.) [via Unwired View]

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  • mikeeeee

    I WONDER IF GOOGLE WILL LET IT USE THE SAME GMAIL ACCOUNT AS MY ANDROID PHONE?

    sure will cure a lot of sync problems when carrying 2 ANDROID devices.

  • zorxd

    DO NOT USE CAPS LOCK
    And yes, it works just fine when you have 2 devices with the same account.

  • Darrick

    OMG, WHAT’S THIS KEY NEXT TO MY “A” ???

  • Paul T

    bwahahahahaha

  • kid352003

    The G Slate and Streak 7 was announce as 4G devices so why do this article say 3G radios?

  • http://www.metalev.org/ anon

    If it would be illegal to show off an unapproved device, why were Notion Ink showing off Adam at the show?

  • Caleb

    I think that’s because Notion Ink already got Adam cleared by the FCC. amirite?

  • moii

    If this fcc stuff is true then steve jobs is illegally showing off a new iphone since they show it bofore the fcc approval

  • http://NotionInkHacks.com Andy Smith

    Everyone should really consider the Notion Ink Adam. Such a sexy device. Learn more about it by watching the videos at NotionInkHacks.com

    Andy

  • FanDroidMania

    that was leaked not advertised Moii

  • Edward

    As I understand it the FCC requirements have more to do with whether you can advertise or not. In LG’s case I figure it’s got more to do with them not wanting to show off an unfinished product a la the Xoom that only had a video demonstration.