LG G-Slate With Dual Back Cameras (3D) Makes Another YouTube Appearance

The LG G-Slate hasn’t been the most camera friendly device we’ve seen, but it’s popped up on YouTube yet again, this time getting hands-on treatment by YouTube “star” mysteryguitarman. That metal “with Google” strip you see on the device doubles as a kick-stand, as you know. The tablet has also reappeared with an LED flash, and we’re afforded a look at a couple of new connections we haven’t seen before.

And for the most important feature – there are two cameras on the back to record 3D footage, confirming beliefs that this will be a 3D-enabled device. My question: why hasn’t this mystery guitar playing man who has mysteriously gotten his hands on the LG G-Slate made a video preview of it yet? Bah! [via Engadget]

[Note]: The G-Slate action starts at about 3:38.

[Update]: Looks like the original video has been taken down. Never fear: things are never truly deleted from the internet. Courtesy of Engadget.

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TAGS: LG G-Slate , T-Mobile G-Slate

  • Garrett 77

    Not sure how greatly the need for 3D is… especially if it jacks up the price. First.

  • robert

    The video isn’t working

  • Bill

    Video not working. Showing as a private video.

  • chimphappyhour

    Don’t care bout 3D, want to know specs.

  • Kevin

    go to engadget http://goo.gl/Ujvzj

  • http://jjroid.com JJ

    How do we even know that what he has IS the actual LG tablet? I didn’t see LG branding anywhere and I find it really hard to believe that this random guitar guy would have access to it already.

  • Collin

    Am i the only person who thinks us android enthusiast should bombard this man with comments to try and get some more details on the slate? Good idea i think

  • SwampFox

    That guy is a huge douche, please give me 30 seconds of my life back, haha.

  • jmax

    His sunglasses are lame too (looks to be in a basement), and I don’t care about the title of his blogs. What a self-absorbed fool.

  • Presto117

    I’m not a fan of his, but this guy isn’t some random YouTube user. This is the kind of guy that gets a million views per video, makes money from his videos, and even has merchandise at Hot Topic, so the fact that he might have gotten his hands on the G-Slate early isn’t too out there, but what is odd is the fact that there’s almost nothing known about it, so the idea of LG or T-Mobile giving them to people is really kind of out there.

  • whatever

    he was paid to do it. who hard is that to see? publicity stunt.

  • whatever

    he was paid to do it. how hard is that to see? publicity stunt.

    sorry for the typo, i just slammed some heroin straight into my veinnn.