It was not too long ago when a couple of new and upcoming LG tablets were on the receiving end of Bluetooth certification, and they are the LG V500 and LG V507L. Well, at long last, has the LG V500 decided to make a pit stop over at the FCC, which would translate to only one thing – it has just made another step closer to being released in the US. The FCC document concerning the LG V500 pointed to a tablet that boasts of dual-band 802.11 a/b/g/n Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.0 connectivity, while everything else more or less remained mum in the FCC document.
One can draw a conclusion from it, however, that the LG V500 will, in all probability, be a Wi-Fi only tablet, while the LG V507L might very well be the tablet that will feature 3G or LTE connectivity. Hopefully, more will be revealed as the LG V507 decides to stop by the FCC for an inspection in due time. As for the naming convention, it remains to be seen, since both the LG G Pad as well as LG G Tab could be suitable monikers for the new tablet. We just hope that future LG devices that drop by the FCC would see additional information revealed rather than just its wireless connectivity options.
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