Remember that onslaught of dual-core smartphones and Honeycomb-running tablets we have been anticipating for a while now? It has already begun - and it is only going to keep on growing. The latest rumored release is for the LG G-Slate and G2X, which, according to TmoNews, are both set to launch at T-Mobile stores on April 20.
The dual-core G-Slate (also known as Optimus Pad) will be, along with the upcoming Galaxy Tab 10.1, the first Honeycomb-running rivals to give the Motorola XOOM a run for its money. LG's 8.9" tab will be the first to incorporate 3D technology, and is rumored to be priced at $699 (let's just hope that's off-contract). The G2x, also known as the Optimus 2X, will be a dual-core, Tegra 2 running phone that will offer an AOSP build of Froyo (supposedly followed by a Gingerbread update soon after launch). It has a 480 x 800 display and can record 1080p HD video (and play it back as well). The G2x has been available in South Korea since January. Both devices will run on T-Mobile's HSPA+ "4G" network at launch.
We have been watching LG's dual-core Android offerings for a while now. With the big date approaching and with Verizon now sporting the Thunderbolt and the XOOM on its faster LTE network (well, the XOOM will soon be LTE-friendly), do T-Mobile's offerings still do anything for you? We would love to hear in the comments.