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A week after the FCC approved the LG-V909 tablet, the Feds green light the LG-V900

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A week after the FCC approved the LG-V909 tablet, the Feds green light the LG-V900
Round up the gang and the Mystery Van, Shaggy, we've got a mystery on our hands. Last week, the FCC gave two thumbs up to the LG-V909, a tablet with T-Mobile's AWS WCDMA 3G bands. With only one LG tablet being known at this point-the LG G-Slate, it would appear as though the Honeycomb drenched tablet had the green light to proceed from the Feds.

But today, the FCC gave thumbs up to another tablet from the Korea based manufacturer. The LG-V900 sports the same AWS WCDMA 3G bands seen on the LG-V909, making it another device likely to hit T-Mobile.

Both applications were short on specs and not even the screen size is known at this time. But with the FCC ok with everything, we should learn soon enough what the specs will be and learn the mystery of the two tablets. What we do know is that the tablet will be powered by Honeycomb and for now, that sounds like a pretty good start.

source: FCC via UnwiredView, ubergizmo

 

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