A couple of weeks ago, a pair of LG tablets – the V700 and V400 – were spotted at the FCC. Unfortunately apart from rumored specs, not much is known about either device and we cannot infer its screen size from its model numbers either, especially since the LG G Pad 8.3 had the model number V500.
That being said, another LG tablets has surfaced thanks to its recent DLNA certification which revealed the device to be the LG V410. Once again it is unclear as to which tablet the LG V400 could be, but with the V410, it is speculated that this could be the Google Play Edition of the tablet, since the LG G Pad 8.3 Google Play Edition had the LG V510 model number.
The folks at MyLGPhones also discovered in a database entry on LG’s website, the LG V410 could be headed to AT&T, although nothing official has been confirmed by either LG or AT&T at the moment. According to the rumors, the LG V700 and V400 are supposed to be of the budget variety and might not even come with Bluetooth in a bid to help cut costs.
With the LG V700, it is expected to come with a 5MP rear-facing camera, while the LG V400 will get a slightly smaller 3MP camera, but both devices are said to feature 1MP front-facing cameras. In any case hopefully this DLNA certification just means that we’re one step closer to seeing either tablet officially announced, so check back with us at a later date for the details.