We checked out ZTE's stand at MWC to get some hands-on time with their PF200 smartphone and Light Tab tablet.
First up is the ZTE PF200 smartphone. The phone wouldn't actually turn on, so we couldn't test the 4.3-inch qHD display or see how the dual-core processor handled Android Ice Cream Sandwich. As you can see, it's a chunky beast. The PF200 feels solid enough to survive a fall but nowhere near as sleek or sexy as some of the other phones we've seen here at MWC.
Next up is the ZTE Light Tab 2, a 10.1-inch tablet. We're starting to get deja-vu from all the standard black tablets we've seen here, and this one's not offering much that the others didn't.
A single-core 1.4GHz processor and 512MB of RAM are standard, and the measly 4GB of internal storage is at least expandable via the memory card slot.
You also get a SIM card slot for browsing on the move.
More hands-on news and photos coming soon!
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