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Pantech P4100 tablet makes FCC appearance with AT&T LTE bands

Pantech's P4100 tablet is revealed to be compatible with AT&T's LTE and 3G bands thanks to an FCC filing.

Pantech P4100
Pantech P4100

We didn't know much about the Pantech P4100 before it hit the FCC yesterday, and while we still don't have a ton to go on, the filing does reveal the tablet as a suitable fit for AT&T's network. With LTE support for bands 4 and 17, the P4100 also features 850 / 1900 3G frequencies, meaning it would be right at home on Ma Bell's airwaves. We'd also like to believe that a Pantech-branded device would be priced significantly lower than both the carrier's original LTE tablet offering, the HTC Jetstream, which commands a staggering $599 on-contract, and the more recent Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9, available for $479.99 after the same two-year agreement. Still, we've learned time and again that a few mere tests at the FCC don't guarantee a US release, and the presence of LTE band 5 (which isn't utilized by AT&T) adds a bit of intrigue to the story.

The P4100 was originally uncovered back in September, when PocketDroid received NenaMark scores that showed the Android 3.2 Honeycomb tablet as having a 1024x720 resolution and being powered by a 1.5Ghz MSM8260 processor with Adreno 220 graphics.