Today Vodafone starts to market a new tablet in the national market. It is a model manufactured by ZTE that asserts itself as a low cost solution, with price as one of the main arguments. It should be recalled that the company was already selling Samsung’s Galaxy Tab, which is around 600 euros.
The ZTE V9 costs 249.90 euros, or less 10 euros if purchased online, and also bet on the Android platform. Although the equipment has installed version 2.1 of the open source operating system promoted by Google, Vodafone ensures the possibility of upgrading to version 2.2.
Advanced features include a seven-inch LCD touch panel with WVGA resolution (800×480), a 3 megapixel camera and Internet connection via Wi-Fi and 3G (download up to 7.2 Mbps and upload up to 1.4 Mbps).
The device has a microSD card slot up to 32GB and the battery has autonomy for seven hours of video, Vodafone said in a statement.
The operator also highlights features such as the email client compatible with Gmail, Hotmail or Microsoft Exchange, A-GPS and the FM radio.
The equipment is sold with a rechargeable tariff, “without any kind of commitment”, adds the note to the press, but the company also has tariffs directed at this segment, with monthly charges starting at 14.99 euros.