LG V700 and V400 seem to be next-generation G Pad tablets

LG V700 and V400 seem to be next-generation G Pad tablets
Last year’s LG G Pad 8.3 was well received by consumers, and it even became the very first tablet to have a Google Play Edition. It looks like its success made LG want to launch not one, but two new tablets this year. 

The 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 (possibly around 10 inches - but that’s nothing more than a wild guess), while the V400 sports a portrait display - just like the G Pad 8.3. Rear cameras are visible on both tablets.

Unfortunately, that’s all we know about the two LG tablets at the moment. We don’t even known if they’re going to be called G Pads or not (although it wouldn’t make sense for LG to get rid of this name). As always, we'll let you know as soon as we discover more details about this. 

source: FCC (1), (2)


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