ZTE Smart Tab10

Chinese device maker ZTE plans to start selling Android tablets in America this year — and it looks like they’ll come in at least two sizes. A few days ago the ZTE Smart Tab7 showed up at the FCC website. Today it was joined by the Smart Tab10.

ZTE hasn’t made any official announcements about these tablets, but all signs point to them being identical to the 7 and 10 inch tablets Vodafone plans to offer in Europe under the “Smart Tab” name.

Those tablets feature 1.2 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon dual core processors, Google Android 3.2 Honeycomb, 1GB of RAM, and 16GB of storage. The tablets have 1280 x 800 pixel displays and front and rear cameras.

It’s not clear which US wireless carrier ZTE hopes to partner with, but the Smart Tab10 will support both WiFi and 3G connectivity.

ZTE Smart Tab10


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One reply on “ZTE Smart Tab10 hits the FCC”

  1. I wonder if FINALLY we will see Pixel Qi?   Mary Lou said that they are working on a 1280×800 screen.  The 7 inch (I don’t know if Pixel Qi is doing a 1280×800 7inch screen – but they should, as it would be a big improvement over 1024×600 screens that were introduction level netbook screens…    I do like 1280×800 much better.

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