Picutre of ZTE V55 tablet surfaces

Picutre of ZTE V55 tablet surfaces
An Android Honeycomb powered tablet by ZTE that goes by the name of the V55 and appears to be destined for Sprint’s CDMA network has surfaced in an image for all of us to gaze at.

The ZTE V55 first appeared in a Sprint roadmap back in July. At the time it was believed that because of a Q1 launch in 2012 the tablet would feature Android Ice Cream Sandwich, but there is still no word on the specs of the device. You can see in the image that the V55 does in fact have some sort of a custom UI overlaying the operating system.

Not only are there no details on the tablets specs at this moment, there is still no word on pricing and availability as well. Coming from ZTE the V55 could very well be a cheaper option then some of the other Android tablets out there. Keep checking back to see if any more information about the ZTE V55 surfaces.

source: Unwired View  

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5 Comments

1. jasongohjr

Posts: 75; Member since: Sep 26, 2011

LOOKS good. But that's only for the appearance... Now wads inside O_O

2. Bling_Bling

Posts: 3; Member since: Jul 05, 2011

should lag , cuz its android and that heavy UI is made to lag , dont hate on me i have sammy 10.1

3. downphoenix

Posts: 3165; Member since: Jun 19, 2010

the UI looks nice but nice UI only matters if its smooth. Guess we'll wait and see.

4. ibap

Posts: 867; Member since: Sep 09, 2009

Picutre?

5. ardent1

Posts: 2000; Member since: Apr 16, 2011

This android tablet war is coming which is hand in hand with the android handset war. All the android OEMs want to sell in the US because there is a lot of money to be made. I am not saying ZTE will win, but I am saying ZTE will take share and over time, it will become a formible competitor to Samsung, HTC, etc.

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