It appears an unnamed ZTE tablet will soon be coming to Sprint’s wireless network, according to FCC documents.
The device, described as a “CDMA Tablet,” features Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and mobile broadband capabilities. The tablet measures 7.7-inches by 4.7-inches, which indicates the device will feature a 7-inch display. There were also signs that the ZTE slate will have a camera and GPS.
In July, a leaked Sprint document revealed that the carrier could be getting the ZTEV55 tablet in Q1 2012. While it was originally speculated that the ZTEV55 would be the ZTE V11, a 10-inch Android tablet with dual cameras that works on an unspecified 4G network, this filing from the FCC proves such reports false. Though, the unnamed 7-inch tablet could still be the ZTEV55.
Due to a confidentiality agreement, the user manual and photos are all hidden, but the label location drawing suggests the tablet will run some version of Google Android. Since neither ZTE nor Sprint have made any official announcements about this mystery slate yet, no information regarding specifications, price or a release date is available at this time.