A few months ago the ZTE V66 passed through the FCC, before now heading over to the guys at Big Red. Now the tablet has popped up again on a trip to the Bluetooth SIG. We have a bit more information on the device now, but don’t get it confused with Sprint’s ZTE Optik which will be available next month, the ZTE V66 is packing a bit more power.
The ZTE V66 has a 7-inch, 1280×800 resolution display, powered by a 1.2GHz Dual-core processor, running Android 3.2 Honeycomb and of course full Verizon 4G LTE capability. Of course it does look a lot like any other typical Android tablet. We are hoping it also has a full gigabyte of RAM and possibly and Micro SD Card slot to expand the storage space.
Still no word on launch dates yet or pricing, but we are hoping it will keep the same $99 price point as it’s cousin on Sprint, but it’s pretty unlikely given Verizon’s past. What do you think of this tablet? Worth the money? Hit up the comments with your thoughts.
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Ya….. I think it will be very popular….. Also it looks very professional look.. and I thinkvit will be a high browsing speed …. With 1 gb ram..
The HTC Evo View 4G has a 1.5 ghz and 32gb of memory this tab is awesome…I have one and do not regret. Now even more with the Honeycomb update.
Most likely all the ZTE tablets are going to be the “budget” tablets, so I’d expect lower specs on their tablets then say the Samsung Galaxy Tabs and Motorola Xyboards.