New LG Tablet Officially Approved

LG has just received the FCC approval for a new but still unannounced LG tablet, using the somewhat familiar model number LMT600 and leaking the first specs in the process.

This new LG tablet has built-in 4G LTE, USB C port, 3.5mm audio combo jack, front and rear cameras, a microSD slot, Wi-Fi 5, and Bluetooth 4.2.

After going through some of LG’s source code files, we also learn that the LG tablet LM-T600 runs Android 9.0.

This LG tablet filed for FCC approval specifically by LG Electronics US. Whether that means this is a tablet mostly for the phone carriers Verizon, AT&T, and others remains to be seen though, though it looks like this tablet has enough additional model number variations to reach more than just a domestic US market.

Last week LG announced the dual screen LG G8X ThinQ at IFA, a dual-screen smartphone that will launch in Q4 this year. So at least we know that LG isn’t going all conservative with its mobile lineup.

LG G8X ThinQ

– Tom Bowen

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