ZTE V66 Verizon Android tablet passes through FCC


If ZTE's Sprint-capable Optik tablet didn't hit your technological sweet tooth for whatever reason, the company has an alternative. It's called the V66 (probably a codename); while we've seen its overall shape before, we now have a colorful picture to show what the front will look like thanks to a Bluetooth filing.

If you need a refresher on this device's specs, here they are: it will come with a 1.2GHz processor, 1GB of RAM, Android 3.2, a 7-inch capacitive 1280 x 800 display, and a 4000mAh battery. 

Since it's a Verizon tablet, it will be able to connect to Verizon's network. It's also a 4G tablet, so expect to get some relatively fast speeds when you're in a Verizon LTE area. 

Unfortunately, as with other FCC filings, pricing and release dates are still unknown to us. I wouldn't be surprised to see something about this at Mobile World Congress, but who knows when it will actually be released and available for purchase. Any guesses?

[Android Community]
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