Exclusive: LG 'Tablet is Real,' Says Company Executive

    LG, who entered late into the smartphone business as compared to it's market rivals will be next seen manufacturing tablets now. After the stupendous success of Nexus 4 followed by Optimus G and

    Exclusive: LG 'Tablet is Real,' Says Company Executive

     

    The  leaked model no LG-V500/LG-V507L , is a part of  V-series. The latter model sheds light on the 4G LTE-Advance nature of the tablet. Another clue got from the Bluetooth certification is that these tablets have been processed by LG Mobile team. That means LG made tablet could be aesthetically similar to LG G2. Only time will tell? There is a mention of Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 chipset in the certification.

    It is surprising to say that LG is not capable of making tablets. The South Korean giant has proved again and again that the company is now part of competition. With G2, LG is hoping to break Samsung Galaxy S4 record. The big -ticket smartphone is set to be made available via 130 carriers worldwide. Yesterday, GizBot informed you that LG G2 is coming to India in Mid-September. The price is still a mystery. Moreover, LG is also planning to launch its Android powered flexible display phone in mid-2014.

    LG's competitor and arch rival - Samsung, is now  the world famous tablet maker after Apple. The company sells millions of tablets worldwide. LG is yet to speak about its comeback plan in context to tablets.

    Meanwhile, media reports suggest that LG is again collaborating with Google - this time on a special project. As per KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo (via 9to5Google), Google will most likely to team up with LG , as far as Nexus 7 3 is concerned. GizBot believe that LG is possibly thinking to test its own range of tablets before the coming of Nexus 7 3.

     

    Do you think that LG would be successful in making tablets? Stay tuned to GizBot for more updates.

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