ZTE has just unveiled a new Android tablet that will be released later this year. The Android tablet will be called Light2 and will be the successor to their first tablet, Light. This time around it packs a 7″ (800 x 480) capacitive display, and a 1GHz processor. It will run Android 2.2 and should have other improved specs over its predecessor that packed a 3 megapixel camera as well as a G sensor, WiFi and Bluetooth. Judging by the specs of the tablet, it doesn’t look like it will be competing with the high-end range of Android tablets, which is a pretty good thing, considering how it’s already oversaturated with multiple tablets that are pretty much the same as each other bar minor differences. The ZTE Light2 will be on sale in UK, second half of 2011.
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