Smartrphones and tablets have started showing up in the strangest places. Take the LG G-Slate. The Korean firm's first tablet is loaded with Honeycomb, a Tegra 2 dual-core processor, and an 8.9-inch IPS WXGA touchscreen with a resolution of 1280x768. Front and rear facing cameras (1.3MP and 5MP respectively) are on board and the device is expected to run over T-Mobile's HSPA+ pipelines. The LG G-Slate has not been seen in public as much as-say-the Motorola XOOM. In fact, a video made by LG, T-Mobile and Google to introduce the tablet is basically animation. That is why it might seem a bit odd to find the device in a Korean pop video.
The LG G-Slate first appears at about the 54 second mark of the video and makes a quick reappearance later in the clip. We would like to see a lingering shot of the device, but that surely will come as we get closer to launch-a date that has not yet been announced.
As for the speculation about 3D, as we reported
, the rear camera will apparently be able to take 3D pictures. The pictures below show where the lens might be on the back of the device
Are these the two lens for the LG G-Slate's 3D camera?