Dual-SIM smartphones are a common sight in the market. However, a Dual-SIM tablet is rarely found in the market. One of the examples of a tablet with two SIM card slots is Asus Fonepad 7.  However, ZTE (fairly popular China-based manufacturers) are going to release another tablet which offers two-SIM capability.

The device is recently reported has passed through FCC and most likely will be arriving in USA in the near future. Known with the name of ZTE tablet K70, apart with the dual-SIM support, it will also support WCDMA and GSM connectivity. It is also certified to use on WiFi 802.11 b/g/n networks in 2.4GHz.  It is expected that the device will be introduced like a larger phone instead of a tablet.

The device is rumored to have a 7-inch screen with HD/Full HD resolution, a polycarbonate casing, a front camera, sensors and a earpiece.  It will be pre-installed with Android 4.4.x. The body will most probably make of plastic with a lifted ridge on the side.  The device is also rumored to run on something like Snapdragon 400 CPU inside and a 1 or 2GB RAM memory size.

Lastly, there is no further information about the pricing of the device, but, we are expecting it to fall below $200 range.

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