While we were speculating earlier about whether the upcoming LG G-Slate will go the way of most other HDTVs and a particular portable video game console by offering stereoscopic 3D capability, along comes a Korean music video that you can see after the jump, confirming its 3D abilities for the first time – and not at a press event, to boot! Brief shots of the back does seem to show dual cameras which are required for shooting 3D video. This means that earlier suggestions of a glasses-free 3D display ala Nintendo 3DS has additional grounds to be believed in. In fact, a recent FCC filing did show a couple of holes on the back in the right spots, further supporting the possibility of 3D. Apart from that, other details that were shown include the front camera, an HDMI port and a microUSB port. Upon closer inspection, some might actually be able to make out an optional stand. NVIDIA’s Tegra 2 should be offering all the juice the G-Slate requires, where it will run on the Android 3.0 operating system while sporting an 8.9-inch, 1280 x 720 resolution display. Whispers abound that T-Mobile will be receiving the LG G-Slate before March is over for around $400 – and that, we believe, only with a carrier subsidy.
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