Pantech P4100 hits the FCC, looks like an LTE tablet for AT&T

Pantech P4100 hits the FCC, looks like an LTE tablet for AT&T
Back in September, a mysterious tablet known only as the Pantech P4100 was discovered among the NenaMark benchmark test results. At that time, it was rumored that the device was bound for AT&T. Well, the rumors might be on the right track after all as the Pantech P4100 has been spotted over at the FCC. And, what do you know – its filing reveals support for not only AT&T's 3G network, but also for the carrier's 4G LTE frequencies.

So, it looks like AT&T may be getting another LTE tablet soon, and judging by the way Pantech products are priced, this one will be way more affordable than the HTC Jetstream. The specs of the Pantech P4100 are yet unconfirmed, but it is said that it offers 7 inches of display real estate, 1024 by 720 pixels of screen resolution, and a 1.5GHz dual-core Qualcomm chipset with Adreno 220 graphics. The tablet is likely to run Android 3.2 out of the box, but Ice Cream Sandwich is not out of the question.

Of course, seeing a device being tested by the FCC does not guarantee its U.S. release in any way, so do not get too excited about the Pantech P4100 just yet.


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