7-inch ZTE Light Tab II tablet slated to release in the UK this month

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The ZTE Light Tab II tablet is the latest gadget to garner the interest of tech enthusiasts situated in the UK. This V9A slate incorporates a neat 7-inch TFT-LCD, capacitive touchscreen and offers potential users a serving of the Android 2.3 Gingerbread OS. Furthermore, it runs on the Qualcomm MSM8255 processor, making multitasking possible while on the move.

Seeming like a complete entertainment package, the latest entrant already incorporates apps like Google Talk and YouTube as well as built-in FM radio. As the company claims, movie buffs can take advantage of 5.5 hours of battery life while viewing their favorite flicks. Besides the front facing 0.3MP snapper, the device also possesses a 3MP rear camera for capturing precious moments.

“ZTE V9A is ZTE’s first own-branded tablet made available in the UK and we are very excited about its entry into the market. We plan to continue our progress in the UK, introducing ZTE branded consumer devices with key capabilities at reasonable prices,” commented Wu Sa, Director, Mobile Device Operations, ZTE. “Our UK strategy is very much focused on providing quality devices – a factor which is apparent through our growth and development in the handset arena”.

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The 4GB integrated memory capacity is touted to accommodate more than 200 pictures or over 500 songs. And if that’s not enough, there is also an external microSD card slot for fitting in more space. The tablet further operates on UMTS, GSM and HSPA networks and proffers support for 3G and Wi-Fi communication as well. Highly portable in nature, it tips the scales at just 402g and measures 12.6mm in thickness.

The ZTE Light Tab II price and availability details have been revealed by the official Clove blog. Tagged at £234.99 which is inclusive of VAT, the slab is scheduled to roll out by the end of the month in the UK.

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