It was not too long ago that we caught sight of a leaked Lenovo ThinkPad tablet, but as you probably know by now that anything which arrives at the FCC will have a high chance of hitting the markets soon – hence new FCC filings that point towards the upcoming release of ThinkPad tablets that will sport 3G connectivity. It seems that the GSM 850/1900, CDMA 850/1900, and WCDMA bands II, IV and V compatibility of the devices were revealed in the latest documents, and chances are these tablets will ply their trade across the majority of wireless carriers Stateside, including the big time players AT&T, Verizon, Sprint and T-Mobile.

As for support for the majority of international carriers, it will be an “aye”, so those who are not living in the US and yet want to own the Lenovo ThinkPad tablets will be able to do so. Word on the street has it that these new tablets will share similar hardware specifications as that of the Wi-Fi model, where an NVIDIA 1GHz Tegra 2 dual-core processor, 1GB RAM, an optional built-in memory capacity of 16GB, 32GB and 64GB, dual cameras and microUSB and HDMI connectivity are included – as well as Android Honeycomb for its operating system. Hopefully Lenovo has plans for an Ice Cream Sandwich update with this!

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