LG V400 and V700 tablets surface online via FCC, comes with 1MP front snapper and Android 4.4 KitKat
LG has not come up with a tablet since long and now, it appears like its time for a tablet to be rolled out from the South Korean tech firm. So far, LG announced a tablet called LG G Pad 8.3 that was acclaimed by its fans and this seems to have motivated the vendor in launching more such devices. As per the latest reports circulating across the tech world, LG is planning to unleash two tablets this year.
Well, FCC has recently approved two LG tablets – LG V400 and LG V700 respectively and the certifications claim that the devices have dual-band Wi-Fi for connectivity. The diagrams revealed by FCC hint that the V400 could feature a portrait display similar to the G Pad 8.3 and the V700 could arrive with a landscape display presumably a 10-inch panel, but there is no document supporting this claim.
Additionally, the V400 is believed to pack a 3MP rear snapper while that on the V700 is said to be a 5MP one. They are also claimed to feature a 1MP front-facing camera each for video calling. On the software front, they will be based on Android 4.4 KitKat operating system out-of-the-box.
At this point of time, there is nothing much known about the LG V400 and LG V700 tablets and we need to wait for more rumors to pour in regarding these tablets.