Minutes after we reported that Optus will be launching a ZTE made Android tablet in Australia, we heard from a credible source that Optus My Tab is none other than recently launched “ZTE Light”.
Even when we compared the Optus released official specifications, which aren’t many, they are exactly same. ZTE Light, which was recently launched in Beijing, comes with 7 inch resistive TFT display and Android 2.1.
Optus My Tab will go on sale from Mid-December for $279 outright.
Full ZTE Light aka Optus My Tab Specifications:
- 7-inch resistive touch screen [800×400]
- Android 2.1 (ZTE promising an update to 2.2 later this year)
- 512MB RAM
- 512MB ROM
- WCDMA 3G connectivity
- GPS, FM
- Support for SD cards
- 3400mAh battery lasting 10 hours
- Rear-facing 3MP camera, and a front-facing VGA webcam
- 403 grams
Update: We just got the official press shot of Optus My Tab [Courtesy: @roulla]
Here are some Hands on Pics via Chinese website Zol.com.cn