LG G-Slate Tablet in the U.S. in March

This is the time we normally here relative early announcements prior to upcoming Mobile World Congress 2011. This time the news comes from the Korean-based company LG with their latest bet on the tablet arena called G-Slate, the Android tablet is announced to be hitting the United States in March. Check out more details after the cut.

So what’s the LG’s G-Slate hide under the hood, remarkably the specs show off a promising features and performance, we just hope that it don’t follow the Dell Streak 7 footprints. So let’s start with yeah, (almost all major events we’ve seen so far, Android devices steals limelight) as it will be running the Honeycomb dubbed to be Android 3.0 that’s the specifically brewed Android OS for tablet computers. The G-Slate will also features “a 8.9-inch screen, a dual-core 1 GHz Nvidia Tegra 2 CPU, 32 GB of internal memory, two cameras (5 megapixels on the back and 2 megapixels on the front), LED flash and HD (1080p) video as well as stereoscopic 3D recording capability.” You’ll be also getting the normal Wi-Fi connectivity and HDMI, however there also a built-in gyroscope, accelerometer and adaptive lighting (hint for a possible e-reader capabilities).

Apparently, LG is still in secrecy for the official date of availability and pricing details for the G-Slate, but you got few days of waiting till the company unleashed the “G” on MWC 2011 which is held February 14-17 in Barcelona.

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