ZTE Light tablets Video
ZTE Light tablets Video Transcript
-Hi, this is Jessica Dolcourt from CNET, here at CTIA taking a first look at the ZTE Lite. Now, this is a family of 3 7-inch tablets. They're all running Android 2.2 Froyo right now, but they may be upgradeable to Honeycomb in the future. There are 3 models. They go from basic, basic plus 4G, and also a more upscale model. We're looking right now at the LTE Lite basic model. This has a 3-megapixel camera on the back, a VGA camera on the front and a 600 megahertz processor. The LTE Lite 2, the more upscale model has a 1 gigahertz processor plus DLNA support and a much, much better screen. The model that I'm holding right now has this glossy black front and sort of metallic backing. It feels pretty good in the hand, pretty smooth. Not too heavy and it's fairly thin. So this is definitely looking like some of the other tablets that we've seen and it does have that portability. Although all 3 of these tablets have been launched globally, there is no pricing or carrier information yet in the U.S., so stay tuned. I'm Jessica Dolcourt and this is the ZTE Lite family of tablets.
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