ZTE is entering the quick-growing tablet market, unsurprisingly with an Android-based tablet.
Other features (found via AndroidOS.in) include: GSM and WCDMA connectivity, Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth, USB, FM radio, and a camera.
At the moment, the tablet runs Android 2.1, but maybe a Froyo update will be available sometime later.
ZTE didn’t say when exactly the Light tablet will hit the market, and neither for what price (it should be a low price, I think).
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