Could there be a new Nexus 8 Tablet coming your way soon? If the leaked LG V510 that was leaked on Google has any clue we could be in for a new tablet in the near future. There are many people who are questioning the product that they saw on Google products this week.
Evleaks took to Twitter to say that it has heard that the new Nexus 8 will come in the form of the LG V510 tablet. For those not familiar LG was actually responsible for the Nexus 4 and Nexus 5 smartphone. Not completely sure if the LG V510 is even a tablet but many think that right now they would not be trying to produce another smartphone so all signs point to creating a tablet.
This isn’t the first time something has been into question. Back in October there was a look of rumors that were trying to the LG 500 to actually being a variation of the G Pad 8.3 from LG. Then the LG V510 model number show up in some listings up Google as the first listings under Bluetooth certification.
When the manual was displayed on Google for the V510 from LG it was then slated as the G Pad. As for as specs all we heard was from what few people saw and reported which was supposed to be 8.3 inch screen display, 1920 x 1200 screen resolution which are the same as the V500. Both front and rear facing camera with front-facing camera having 1.3 megapixel while the rear facing would have 5 megapixel as well as coming with 2GB of RAM.
As usual there are rumors and more rumors and at the moment Google as not confirmed anything about a new Nexus 8 be produced. The Nexus 8 tablet has been leaked several times and still no official word on whether the LG V510 is indeed the Nexus 8 or whether one is even in production. Guess we will have to wait and see as usual. if the LG V510 is actually in production it could be that the company is looking to make the tablet its own.
We do know that the Hammacher The No Glasses 3D tablet is real so if you are looking for a new tablet with 3D capabilities then check out our post on this tablet. For about $350 you can have yourself a tablet that actually converts 2D into 3D and comes running Android 4.1 if you don’t want to wait to find out if the LG V510 is the new Nexus 8.