FCC outs LG ‘V500′ 9.8-inch tablet

FCC outs LG ‘V500′ 9.8-inch tablet

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With a new Quad HD display, a G Pad, and a sliding QWERTY on the horizon, LG has plenty in the pipeline as it pertains to Android products. Based on a newly discovered FCC document, a 9.8-inch V500 is set to join the fray. The early specs are light but Engadget points to dual-band Wi-Fi (802.11 a/b/g/n) and Bluetooth 4.0 LE.

Considering how powerful the last few LG flagship models have been, we are cautiously optimistic that the V500 might be a beast. Here’s to learning more in the coming weeks!

FCC via Engadget

 

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