We’ve heard about the ZTE V66 tablet before and word on the street indicated that the tablet would be heading to Verizon. Before that however, like most other devices, it has to have its appointment with the folks over at the FCC. As of today, it has apparently gone through it already and the watchful folks over there seem to have given it a pass. The FCC listing doesn’t contain many technical details but what we can find from there is that the V66 will support CDMA and LTE wireless networks. In addition to that, the slate will also support Wi-Fi 802.11a/b/g/n and Bluetooth.
From what we know about the ZTE V66, we can expect it to ship with a 1.2GHz dual-core processor, a camera as well as a display that packs a resolution of 1280 x 800 pixels. Reportedly, this is actually the second time the slate has been spotted over at the FCC with the first being sometime late last year. Last time around, there were even fewer details with regards to the tablet. This time however, it seems that there are a few test results to go over as well. For now, there isn’t any indication about when or how much the 7-inch tablet will hit the market or cost but we will keep you updated when we find out anything. For a closer look at the FCC filing report, hit up the source link below.