ZTE came to GSM 2010 and brought goodies, like the V9 and Z-Pad slates shown below. The devices are both 7 inch Android slates and they resemble familiar devices, like the Galaxy Tab and the Archos 9. ZTE V9 goes for $330 in Russia and it’s about to debut in Australia on Optus, for $279.


ZTE Z-Pad is not as detailed price-wise, but we know that it packs the following specs:

  • Display: 7 inch, 800 x 480 pixel, resistive touchscreen
  • OS: Android 2.1
  • Connectivity: Bluetooth, GPS, mini USB, USB, no 3G
  • CPU: dual core, Rockchip, Mali GPU
  • Storage: none internal, SD card slot
  • Camera: 1.3MP front facing

ZTE V9 is superior as far as hardware is concerned, but here’s why:

  • CPU: 728MHz Qualcomm Snapdragon
  • Camera: 2MP rear cam
  • Connectivity: GPS, 3G, WiFi, mini USB

There’s also a bunch of videos below showing some fun hands on time with the devices, if you’re curious:

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