Alongside with a couple of products that were certified this week we also have the ZTE tablet called K70. What’s is unique about this slate is the fact that we get dual-SIM support with WCDMA and GSM connectivity, a feature that wasn’t introduced on tablets until now.



This device was also certified for use on WiFi 802.11 b/g/n networks in the 2.4 GHz one. Even if this device doesn’t have a commercial name for the moment, we suppose that it will be introduced on the market as a larger phone, as the design of the product looks more like a smartphone that a regular slate.

Among the features of this device we’ll have a 7-inch screen with HD/Full HD resolution, a polycarbonate casing, a front-facing┬ácamera, sensors and an earpiece. We expect that ZTE K70 to arrive with 1 or 2 GB of RAM memory and that once available on the market to be priced below $200.


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