ZTE Smart Tab 7 Spied Loitering at FCC
A ZTE Smart Tab 7 was recently found hanging out in the FCC, giving us an early hint at yet another Android tablet headed for the United States. Very little is known about the device save for its support for Wi-Fi, 3G, and Bluetooth connectivity however the name points to a 7-inch display. As some of you may know, Vodafone announced a Smart Tab 7 and Smart Tab 10 at IFA so it’s very possible that this is going to be a variation of the same device, only for U.S. consumers.
The image tied to the FCC document appears to show a rear camera, which would not come as much of a surprise. The Google logo on the back is a welcome sight as it indicates support for the Android Market and other Google applications.
Would you consider a tablet from ZTE or are you preferential to bigger players like Samsung and Motorola?
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