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Mobile World Congress 2018
-Hey everyone, I'm Bonnie Cha, Senior Editor of CNET.com here at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona Spain and we've got your first look at the T-Mobile
This is actually announced at CES 2011, but we didn't get the chance to look at it, but now, we do and it is a gorgeous piece of hardware.
It's got a 9-inch screen, the resolution is 1280 x 768, really gorgeous in various responses here.
As you can see, it's pretty thin.
What's special about this device is it has a 3D camcorder.
So, you can shoot 3D videos and then watch them on the G-Slate, but it will require 3D glasses.
This is a honeycomb tablet, so, it's running android OS 3.0.
It will be a 4G device, and T-Mobile will preload this tablet with some other extras to kinda differentiate it from the other tablets out there.
Another feature that the G-Slate has is a camera in front, so, you can make video calls
and it also has Google books here, so, as you can see, you can actually turn the pages like an actual book.
This is just one of the many tablets coming out this year, but the ones I'm actually very impressed by especially with the hardware and the 3D camcorder.
No availability date yet, but it will be with T-Mobile and again it will be a 4G device.
We only have 1 model 32 gigabytes just to make it simple for everyone.
But hopefully, we will get a bigger unit soon and get a full review out for you.
I'm Bonnie Cha and this
has been your first look at the T-Mobile G-Slate.
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