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ZTE Launches the ZTE Light Android Tablet

by On October 12, 2010

Somewhere in China, a company name ZTE just launched its own 7-inch Android tablet called – ZTE Light. When it comes to specs and features, this Android tablet can very well match against the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Tab which is being geared as a stiff competitor to Apple’s iPad. Actually, the ZTE Light and Samsung Galaxy Tab have some common features aside from the fact that both will be running on the Android OS. For one thing, both tablets support voice calling. The ZTE Light is capable of doing voice calls on dual band UMTS 2100 MHZ/900 MHZ. In addition, the ZTE Light also supports internet access on HSUPA network, boasting of up to 7.2Mbps download speed and 5.76Mbps upload speed. Inside the ZTE Light Android tablet is a 512MB RAM and 512MB ROM, enough to run Android OS 2.1. Other features of the ZTE Light Android tablet include – GPS, Wi-Fi, 3MP camera, music and video player which supports MP4 playback, external SD slot that can accomodate up to 32GB of external memory, and a 3.5mm stereo headset. The tablet promises 10 hours of battery life. With those specs and features, it seems like the ZTE Light is going to be one powerhouse Android tablet. Unfortunately, no words on pricing and release dates yet. But some folks have already spotted the tablet being exhibited in Beijing, China. via Engadget

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