LG has published a YouTube video that teases its first tablet since the Optimus Pad LTE, and it's called the LG G Pad 8.3.

The video doesn't actually reveal the tablet, but it does feature a bunch of street interviews with consumers who have many opinions on what the perfect tablet should boast. Among them, a full HD picture and a pocket-size form factor.

Reading between the lines of the tablet's name and teaser video clues, it seems like LG plans to offer up an 8.3-inch tablet. The video also suggested the upcoming tablet, which is presumably both quick and portable, will connect to smart TVs.

If you're looking for exact specs, TechnoBuffalo reported that a few of the circulating rumours include a 1920 x 1200-pixel display, quad-core processor and 2GB of RAM.

LG didn't specify when the LG G Pad would unveil, but the company previously teased its LG G2 one week before actually unveiling the handset. That said, reports have claimed LG will make an official announcement next week during IFA.