A new report now claims that LG's long-time rumoured tablet will be showcased at IFA 2013 in Berlin next month, and will hit the market by end of September.
According to Korean website Newstomato report, LG is planning to showcase the tablet dubbed as LG G Pad, next month at the IFA. The site notes that the tablet will come in two variants LTE and Wi-Fi. The report also claims that the Wi-Fi version of the tablet will head to the Korean market while the LTE variant will be sold by Verizon in the US. The alleged LG G Pad is likely to be powered by a quad-core Snapdragon 600 processor and feature an 8.3-inch WXUGA display with a 1920x1200 pixels resolution. The report claims that the news has been confirmed by some LG sources. However, the company has not revealed any plans related to its tablet line-up, yet.
Previously, an LG branded tablet was spotted in a Bluetooth SIG (special interest group) certification filing with model numbers LG-V500/LG-V507L. The two different model numbers listed on the Bluetooth listing hinted at two variants of the tablet, a Wi-Fi variant and a 3G or LTE enabled variant.
The device description of the Bluetooth certification filing revealed the rumoured tablet to be an 'LG Mobile device' whereas generally when an LG mobile phone clears the Bluetooth certification, the description usually mentions it as 'LG 3G Mobile Phone' or 'LG GSM Mobile Phone' or 'LG LTE Mobile Phone'.