Close on the heels of the ZTE Smart Tab 7 appearing on the FCC scene, the Chinese company has now made it to the premier certification authority another of its tablet creation — the Smart Tab 10. With this, what also becomes evident is the that both of these Android based tablets will soon be seen doing the rounds in the American market though any sort of official confirmation towards this will clear the air further. What also needs to be confirmed is whether these are copies of the Smart Tab from Vodafone that have been slated for the European market. External looks point out to s=just such a scenario.
As for the tablets specifications, the Smart Tabs are based on 1.2 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon dual core processors that work in conjugation with a 1 GB RAM. Internal memory stands at 16 GB. The display supports resolutions of 1280 x 800 pixels and comes equipped with both front and rear facing cameras. The device runs on the Google Android 3.2 Honeycomb OS. For connectivity the tablet has support for Wi-Fi as well as 3G though its not yet clear who would be the official telecom partner.
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