At year end, ZTE is going to launch Dual-Sim Tablet dubbed K70. It will be running Android Kitkat v4.4 and will feature smaller screen. The Tablet with Dual-Sim support is very rare and many comes with no sim slots. ZTE is likely to focus and serve the segment wishing dual-sim tablets with smaller screen which can fit even in pocket.
ZTE has not disclosed the tablet, but it has been enlisted on FCC website.
With K70 tablet, ZTE is all set to compete against Asus Fonepad 7 and Sony Xperia Z3. Though, both the Tablets have worldwide recognition and widely accepted by the users.
It will have Dual-sim slots supporting two networks at a time. It will feature 7-inches of display. It will be running on Android Kitkat v4.4 and connectivity support of Wi-Fi and bluetooth.
The price against the tablet would be $200 and it has been rumored that K70 will hit the shelves at Year end.
ZTE K70 does not have Gorilla glass, now a days almost all tablet and smart-phone are coming with scratch resistant screen. It is surprising to see the key hardware part missing.
There are few tablets with dual-sim and K-70 not only add another tablet to this list but also a brand name to dual sim segment.
K70 is going to compete against those tablets which have worldwide reach and acceptance. 80 percent of the users using Dual-Sim tablets are satisfied with the product brand. So, it will be very difficult for ZTE to penetrate the market with K70.