We saw the T-Mobile Springboard in action last week at CTIA and even had the chance to do a walk through video. It seems now that the Springboard is passing through the FCC now as the Huawei Media Pad.
It’s unclear what, if any, other carriers will have the Huawei Media Pad or if it’s a T-Mobile exclusive in the United States. It’s a 7″ tablet sporting a 1.2ghz dual core processor. It features a 1280x 800 pixel IPS display.
Tonight at CTIA we were able to get some hands on time with the forthcoming T-Mobile SpringBoard, with Google, Android Honeycomb tablet.
The tablet was manufactured by Chinese company, Huawei, specifically for T-Mobile. It’s a 7inch tablet with Android 3.2 Honeycomb. The 7″ tablet features an HD multi-touch display which offers a great picture when playing games, looking at photos or watching movies. It’s loaded with pre-installed entertainment apps like T-Mobile TV, Blockbuster on demand and Netflix.
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T-Mobile has officially announced two new 4G Android tablets that will both have Honeycomb, Android 3.2 and access to T-Mobile’s HSPA+ network.
The first is the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1. The Galaxy Tab 10.1 was originally released as a wifi only tablet back in June at a big party in New York City at Best Buy. They’ve since released a 4G/LTE version of Verizon and now they are announcing the HSPA+ (4G) version on T-Mobile.
Aside from the 4G/HSPA+ radio the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1’s specs remain the same. 1.2 pounds, 10.1inch HD display, Android 3.2, all powered of course by a 1ghz dual core Nvidia Tegra 2 processor. In addition to Touch Wiz and all it’s glory, T-Mobile is adding T-Mobile TV, Qello, Asphalt 6 (demo), Sim City Deluxe demo and more.