Despite the drought in new models occasioned by decreasing sales record, tablets aren’t dead, at least not yet. A couple of OEMs like Samsung still churns out one or two new models yearly, and while LG hasn’t released any new tablet all through 2018, the firm might be considering launching one soonest, as a new LG tablet has just surfaced online.
Alongside surfacing on Google’s developer website, an LG tablet with model number LG-V426 has now been spotted on the website of WiFi Alliance and Bluetooth SIG for its pre-release approval.
And as is usually the case, the WiFi, as well as Bluettooth certification, doesn’t reveal much about the device, save for the mention of Bluetooth 4.2 Low Energy standard, Android Version O, as well as except supports for Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n dual-band. These simultaneous certifications is an indication that the device might soon be made official.
We are not sure when the device will go official, but there are speculations it might be one of LG”s CES product launch.