LG G Pad Spotted at the FCC: Tipped for IFA Berlin 2013 Launch

The makers behind LG G2 are planning a tablet to take over Samsung and Apple in the coming days. Industry insiders suggest that LG may announce its G Pad at the upcoming IFA Berlin 2013. Interestingly, LG's new tablet was spotted at he FCC

The model no LG- V500 was listed, however, the internal specifications are still unknown. There is an another version of same tablet LG-V507L with 4G LTE connectivity. Moreover, the above mentioned LG -V500 comes with a 9.8-inch display, Bluetooth 4.0 and Wi-Fi.

Multiple media reports suggest that LG G Pad will have an 8.3-inch display having resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels. It is said to be power by latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor coupled with 2GB of RAM. The tablet device will be made available in two versions: Wi-Fi only and 4G LTE.

LG G Pad Spotted at the FCC: Tipped for IFA Berlin 2013 Launch

There is a chance to see LG G Pad to make appearance later this year. For the first time, a senior executive over at LG accepted that LG is making a tablet. Here is an excerpt taken from the original story published on August 13, 2013.

"In an exclusive interaction with GizBot, Steve Koh, Head - Mobile Communication at LG India accepted for the first time that "LG is indeed making a tablet," and there is a possibility to see new tablet sometime later this year. Koh, however, didn't share specifications with us."

There is a serious confusion, when it comes to final name of LG's so-called tablet device. As far as leaks are concerned, then probably LG tablet is a part of V series. LG could name its tablet as G Pad because G series denotes for  high-end devices. Even G2 is a flagship device with the best internal specifications.

There are various theories behind LG making a tablet. LG Display is so far the leader in making display technologies. LG has an access to sophisticated and advance level display. Rumors say that LG is the chosen manufacturer, who is said to make Nexus 7 3. If LG is making Nexus 7 tablet, then yes, the company will surely try to make a tablet on its own before the deal gets finalized. Stay tuned to GizBot for more updates.

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