ZTE Honeycomb Tablet Pays A Visit to FCC, Sprint or Bust?
ZTE tablets have been popping up left and right lately, from the ZTE T98 to the Smart Tab 7, and we’ve got another one to add to the list: the ZTE V55. It just passed through the FCC, and it would appear that the tablet is headed for Sprint. Provided they don’t make any changes before its release, the V55 will feature:
- 10.1-inch , 1280 x 800 display
- an unknown version of Honeycomb
- 1.2GHz processor (our best guess is dual-core, but don’t quote us on that)
- WiFi, Bluetooth, etc.
Obviously, there’s not much to go on as of yet. It’s interesting that at the moment, the V55 won’t sport any 4G capabilities, which might be a huge letdown for many. One has to wonder why Sprint (or perhaps ZTE) chose to make it a 3G device, and not take advantage of Sprint’s WiMax network. More on this as it develops.
So is anyone impressed by the ZTE V55 so far? Who’s disappointed that it’s not a 4G tablet? Sound off in the comments below!
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