Chinese manufacturer ZTE seems to be dead set on making a big splash this year. Just last week we brought you news that a mysterious ZTE handset was headed to Sprint. Then we saw the world’s first Nvidia Tegra 3 tablet displayed at a trade show in Japan and manufactured by ZTE. Now we are hearing, by way of liliputing, that a top secret ZTE tablet is also on the inbound train to Sprint.
Not much is known about this tablet except the size specs suggest a 7″ screen. The tablet also has WiFi, Bluetooth and wireless data connectivity. It’s also believed to have a camera and GPS.
That makes two new ZTE devices headed to Sprint. We are a week away from CTIA and haven’t received any information on a Sprint event at CTIA’s Enterprise and Applications Show. Typically Sprint uses CTIA as a platform to announce new devices. At last year’s fall CTIA show SprintID was released alongside the Kyocacera Zio, LG Optimus S and the Samsung Transform. Then at the Sprint CTIA show the HTC Evo Evo 3D and the HTC Evo View 4G were announced.