T-Mobile is expected to start selling the first Android tablet with a built-in stereoscopic 3D camera soon. In advance of the official launch of the LG G-Slate, the tablet is making a stop by the FCC, where all wireless devices must go before they can be sold in the US.

There’s not really that much to be learned from the FCC listing at this point, and there are no pictures. But it is good to see that there will be a WiFi-only version of the tablet as well as a 3G model.

Interestingly, Wireless Goodness notes that the 3G model actually appears to be destined for AT&T’s network rather than T-Mobile’s, but I suspect the T-Mobile version will make an FCC appearance sooner or later. T-Mobile is expected to begin selling the tablet this month.

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