The G Pad tablet previously appeared in a couple of variants, the LG-V507L and LG-V500 through the Bluetooth SIG Certification. We also found that the device will carry a 8.3-inch display with 1200 x 1920 resolution. Equipped with an unnamed quad-processor and 2GB of RAM, the device should be able to cope even with the most demanding users.
LG previously stated that it will equip its “G” smartphone models with the powerful Snapdragon 800 quad-core processor, but it remains to be seen whether the chip will extend to the G Pad as well. Very recently the WiFi-variant, LG-V500 paid a visit with the official mobile agency in the US, the FCC.
The tablet’s appearance on the Bluetooth SIG and FCC foretells the near availability of the device. LG Pad make its debut at the IFA event in Berlin last year. This should give us an opportunity to get a better look at how a tablet that deserves LG’s G designation will perform.