Let’s face the facts – anything that comes out in China these days (we’re talking about consumer electronics here) might or might not make it Stateside, simply because due to the lack of quality as well as whether there is a market for such a device or not. While we know that ZTE is working on a 7-inch tablet, check out the ZTE Light which could very well be what was talked about earlier this morning. It seems to run off Android 2.1 just like most of the other tablets, and is powered by Wi-Fi and 3G connectivity just in case you need to get your online fix from somewhere. An SD memory card slot is there for expansion purposes, while built-in GPS might come in nifty if you happen to do a whole lot of traveling and need an impromptu guide. Apart from the promised ten hours of battery life, we look forward to its pricing and release dates.
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