HANDS ON: ZTE MWC phone and tablet preview

We checked out ZTE's stand at MWC to get some hands-on time with their PF200 smartphone and Light Tab tablet.

 

ZTE PF200

 

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.

 

ZTE PF200

 

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.

ZTE Light Tab

 

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.

ZTE Light Tab

 

You also get a SIM card slot for browsing on the move.

ZTE Light Tab

 

More hands-on news and photos coming soon!

 

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Written by Mobile Choice
Mobile Choice

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