It's been a while LG has not come up with a tablet device. Last time it launched the LG GPad 8.3 which became of the favorites of the fans. It was however, the Google Play Edition. But it looks like the G Pad must have inspired the South Korean smartphone maker to come up with more tablet devices. If things turn out to be smooth in the house of LG, than, we might get the chance to see not one but two G Pad tablets this year as the duo have been spotted on FCC database.
In fact, FCC recently approved an LG V700 and an LG V400, presenting them both as dual-band Wi-Fi tablets with Bluetooth. The diagrams revealed by the FCC suggest that the V700 has a landscape display. Thus it helps us to guess that it could possibly have a 10-inch display. On the other hand, the V400 sports a portrait display, which should measure between 7 and 8.3 inches.
There are hardly any information pertaining to the specs of the devices as of now but in the sketches, we can clearly see rear cameras. Rumors have it that the tablets will have two camera's though, a 5 megapixel rear shooter for the V700 and a 3 megapixel one for the V400, while both have a 1 megapixel front-facing camera. Obviously Android 4.4 KitKat should come out of the box.
It should be noted that these tablets are reportedly being said to come in an affordable price range. Thus it is possible that LG is looking to make these tablets as a potential rival against Nexus tablets.