Just the other day Verizon officially announced the Ellipsis 7 tablet, a tablet designed for the budget-conscious shopper in mind. Well it looks like Sprint might have a budget tablet of their own that could compete with Verizon’s own offering, although at this point not much is known save for the fact that it recently made its way past the FCC. According to the FCC filing, the device in question is made by ZTE and sports the model number, V72C. It has been speculated that the processor will be a MediaTek processor and the tablet will feature a 7” display.
While the tablet appears to support 3G connectivity, it does not appear that it will have 4G LTE, so if you’re in the market for a cheap LTE tablet, this device might not be the one for you. It is possible that this ZTE tablet could be the successor to last year’s low-budget ZTE Optik that was released on Sprint’s network. Either way we’ll keep our eyes and ears peeled for more information, so if you’re in the market for a budget Android device, be sure to check back with us at a later date to see if there are any more details that can be had!
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