lg-gpad-83-fccLTE speeds have been picking up in, er, speed, and it would certainly make the standard issue Wi-Fi connection at coffee shops snail-like in comparison whenever one is connected via your mobile device. Well, many tablet manufacturers seem to be happy rolling out devices in variants, where one will be a Wi-Fi only model, while the other would have the added ability to roll with 4G radio connectivity as well as a SIM slot. It does seem as though Verizon might be getting a special version of the LG G Pad 8.3 that will feature LTE connectivity, and this particular model has arrived at the FCC for its collective nod of approval.

The official documents point to it being an LG tablet with the model number VK810, where it has already received its nod of approval for the US market with LTE support for Bands 4 and 13, which happen to jive with Verizon’s network. The dimensions on display are pretty much similar to those that are connected to the LG G Pad 8.3, which would certainly lead to an exciting time ahead. Just how much do you think that the LG G Pad 8.3 with LTE will cost by the time it arrives? You might want to read our comprehensive review of the non-LTE model before you take your decision into consideration. [FCC Page]

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