BlackBerry PlayBook with 4G images has appeared online. This tablet is dubbed BlackBerry 4G PlayBook. Sometime back, Sprint, the US carrier had canceled the plan of selling the 4G WiMax version of this tablet. Last year, Sprint made its decision to go with LTE.
RIM confirmed that it will launch 4G and 3G/HSPA+ PlayBooks in future. Last month, in the FCC, the LTE and HSPA+ versions of the tablet were spotted. The image shows the presence of a SIM card tray and the network options in the settings. This tablet is expected to have the native support to BBM that does not require the BlackBerry Bridge.
The PlyBook looks like it is running on an early built of the BlackBerry OS that does not have the NFC support. RIM has confirmed that the tablet will get the BlackBerry OS 10 update post its launch. The sales of the tablet might go uphill once the 4G is released.