Telefonica has denied having any knowledge of the pictures to Pocket-lint, but the choice of manufacturer isn't a huge surprise given that previous leaks have suggested a similar move away from Samsung and over to LG.
One of the pictures appears to be taken from O2 and outs a price of £299 (about $482 or AU$512), most likely for the 3G variant.
There's not an awful lot more to tell from the pictures but we can see that the tablet will come with the Google experience launcher as seen on the Nexus 5, as well as a front speaker.
This could all be a whole load of faked nonsense, of course, and we weren't given anything on the specs, but it does chime with what we've already seen.
November 22 is just around the corner, so we're sure to discover the truth very soon.
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