Another day, another gizmo hits the FCC so that folks over there will be able to check it out from all corners and angles, making sure that every bit of it is on par for safe release to the masses here living in the US. The latest tablet device to arrive at the doorsteps of the FCC would be the Pantech tablet known as the P4100, where it does seem to carry support for AT&T LTE radios (Bands 4 and 17) in addition to the standard 850/1900 WCDMA bands. Not only that, the Pantech P4100 will also ship with support for LTE Band 5, which is an 850Mhz band that currently sees action in, of all places, South Korea.
The Pantech P4100 is definitely not new to the scene as it has been spotted prior in a listing of Nenamark benchmark results, where there were hints of a 1.5GHz dual-core Qualcomm MSM8260 processor running proceedings from within, coupled with an Adreno 220 GPU. Android 3.2 Honeycomb is the operating system of choice, while your fingers dance all over the 1,024 x 720 resolution touchscreen display. No guarantee on whether this will hit the market in the US, so we will just have to wait this out.
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