|ZTE V9 Tablet|
Powered by Android 2.2 (Froyo) OS, the ZTE V9 is bundled with the telco’s wireless broadband service, Smartbro. Initially being offered for prepaid subscription, Smart says subscribers have an option to pay the tablet through a 6-month installment at 0% interest. The tablet is priced at Php 12, 795 – which I’m thinking one of the cheapest tablets already out in the local market. It comes with Smartbro prepaid SIM with 5 days of unlimited web surfing, and through the prepaid account – users can register either with Smartbro’s Unlisurf, per minute, or all-text packages.
Though there’s no word what’s inside this tablet, the ZTE V9 is said to feature a 3 MP camera, Wi-Fi and USB connectivity options, expandable memory of up to 32GB, and of course the apps Android 2.2 brings. I’ll try to uncover the entire specs of this tablet so just stay tuned for more updates.
We can recall that PLDT (owner of Smart Communications) also launched another 7-inch Android tablet later last year, the TelPad, which is also bundled with PLDT myDSL broadband internet; and I’m wondering if anyone of you here have already tried it?
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