It wasn't too long ago that we saw Panasonic's Eluga Live slate destined to be one of NTT DoCoMo's upcoming slab offerings, and now it has managed to land itself all the way across the pond at the probing FCC offices. Interestingly enough, but not terribly exciting, the filing reveals Panasonic's P-08D tablet supports the 850MHz bands -- which in theory should allow it to coast through AT&T's old-gen waves without any hiccups, though this doesn't necessarily mean it ever will. That of course, goes along with its expected WiFi capabilities and those DLNA streaming goods we'd told you about during its earlier appearance. As is often the case, however, the Eluga Live's recent FCC visit doesn't assure it'll ever see the light of day in the US, but it does keep the magic doors open. If you're eager to give the full set of docs a rundown, you can do so at the source link below.
Panasonic's P-08D Eluga Live tablet makes a quick splash at the FCC, keeps no secrets
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