Telstra isn’t the only Australian carrier to have an Android tablet of its own.
Optus is also readying the launch of a tablet based on Google’s OS – the tablet is called “My Tab” and it should be available sometime in December.
Manufactured by ZTE, the Optus My Tab will run Android 2.1, featuring a 7 inch resistive touchscreen display with 800 x 480 pixels, Wi-Fi, 3G, GPS, 3MP photo camera, VGA front-facing camera (for video calling), 512MB RAM, 512MB ROM and a 2GB memory card pre-installed.
Optus should sell the My Tab on pre-pay for $279.99. It’s worth mentioning that the new tablet will receive an update to Android 2.2 Froyo after launch.
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