ZTE K92 Android tablet certified by Bluetooth SIG

The Tablet market may not have registered as much success as the smartphone market, yet it is not without its own fan base. To keep this particular section going, the OEMs do come up with new Tablets now and then. For now, ZTE has been spotted working an an Android Tablet which has cleared Bluetooth certification.

Going by the moniker ZTE K92, the detailed specifications of this particular ZTE Android tablet are shrouded in mystery. The Bluetooth listing does not mention any other information regarding its specsheet other than the product being a LTE/WCDMA Tablet. But one can expect it to be a either low range or mid range targeting device.

Read: ZTE Axon 7 Mini Nougat preview program launched in US

Last month, another budget level phablet device from ZTE was found doing the rounds on GFXBench. Listed as ZTE Z986, the device will run Android 7.1.1 Nougat and feature 6 inch Full HD display. Powered by Snapdragon Qualcomm 625 SOC, the phablet is likely to carry 2GB RAM and 16GB of internal storage.

Looks like ZTE has its hands full for now as two more devices with model numbers ZTE K813 and ZTE BA603 were spotted online in the past few months andthese are yet to see the light of the day.

Read: ZTE Axon 7 Nougat update / ZTE Axon 7 Mini Update

Source: Bluetooth SIG

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12 Comments

  1. this is going to be the first tablet!! hope they put some great specs in it for a affordable price to survive against Mi Pad 3 in the same market!!

    1. This isn’t their first tablet and they have some experience in this area. Mi Pad 3 is a strong contender like you said. I agree. Competition is always good. Brings out quality.

    2. Not really they have released various other tablets in the market earlier .

  2. Tablets are a dying breed and I don’t want them to die just as yet. They can be such pragmatic tools for kids, as laptop replacements and so much more. Running 7.1.1 is a huge plus in my book. Specs are decent if not sub par. And I have been happy with all the ZTE products I have used. So hope this one really clicks. Looking to buy one for my little brother

    1. I’m glad someone here is in agreement with me. Tablets may have a much smaller market hold in recent years with the release of some wonderful smartphones. However, tablets are still great tools, and as you mentioned awesome for kids who are too young to have their own phone with data connection.

  3. this is going to be the first tablet!! hope they put some great specs in it for a affordable price to survive against Mi Pad 3 in the same market!!

    1. This isn’t their first tablet and they have some experience in this area. Mi Pad 3 is a strong contender like you said. I agree. Competition is always good. Brings out quality.

    2. Not really they have released various other tablets in the market earlier .

  4. Tablets are a dying breed and I don’t want them to die just as yet. They can be such pragmatic tools for kids, as laptop replacements and so much more. Running 7.1.1 is a huge plus in my book. Specs are decent if not sub par. And I have been happy with all the ZTE products I have used. So hope this one really clicks. Looking to buy one for my little brother

    1. I’m glad someone here is in agreement with me. Tablets may have a much smaller market hold in recent years with the release of some wonderful smartphones. However, tablets are still great tools, and as you mentioned awesome for kids who are too young to have their own phone with data connection.

  5. I have a tablet instead of a TV now days. Samsung 10.3

  6. I have a tablet instead of a TV now days. Samsung 10.3

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