ZTE is looking to make a big impact at the Mobile World Conference, not only with smartphones but also in the tablet market. Today, the company announced four Android-powered tablets to be released by the end of 2012: the PF 100, the T98, the V96, and the V9S.
Both the PF 100 and the T98 tablets are powered by a quad-core processor. The PF 100 will have an NVIDIA T30S 1.5GHz quad-core processor with an Icera 450 modem for HSPA connectivity. It will also launch with Android Ice Cream Sandwich OS and will sport a 10.1-inch screen with WXGA resolution. It will also sport 1GB of RAM, will have 16GB of internal memory, and will feature a 5MP rear-facing camera. The T98 will be a 7-inch version of the PF 100, but will otherwise share the same specs and processor as its larger brethren.
The V96 will be an LTE-powered tablet that is powered by a 1.7GHz dual-core Qualcomm processor. It will run ICS when launched and will have HSPA+ coverage in addition to LTE. Like the PF 100 and the T98, it will feature a 5MP camera on the back, will have 16GB for storage, and will have 1GB of RAM.
And finally, the V9S tablet will sport a 10.1-inch screen and will feature a 1.2GHz dual-core Qualcomm processor, 1GB of RAM, and 16GB of internal memory. Unlike the rest of the tablets, it will feature Android Honeycomb OS (3.2). The tablet will also connect to GSM and UMTS networks, but not HSPA+.
The actual prices or release dates have not been announced by ZTE, but the company promised that some of the tablets will be shipped to the U.S., maybe as early as the second quarter of this year.
Source: The Verge