Telstra launches its own 4G tablet

Telstra 4G Tablet will retail for $480, manufactured by ZTE

Telstra has released its own branded tablet, the Telstra 4G Tablet.

The 10.1in Android tablet runs the 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich version of Google's Android platform. The device itself is manufactured by Chinese OEM ZTE but features only Telstra branding.

Telstra says the 4G Tablet is most affordable 4G Android tablet available on the Australian market.

The 4G Tablet device is the second Android tablet Telstra has released in Australia, following the launch of the widely panned T-Touch Tab back in 2010.

"Given Australians' appetite for technology we know that mobile tablets will be on many shopping lists this holiday season," said Telstra Mobile's director Anthea Roberts.

"We think the Telstra 4G Tablet will be a popular option, taking the latest touch-screen technology and making it accessible to everyday Australian families."

The Telstra 4G tablet is powered by a 1.5GHz dual core processor, has 16GB of internal memory that can be expanded with an optional microSD card slot and has a 6900mAh battery that Telstra says will provide up to nine hours of video playback.

The 4G Tablet also comes with dual cameras, including a 5-megapixel rear camera and a 2-megapixel front facing camera for video calls.

The 4G Tablet weighs 670g, which compares relatively favourably with Apple's new fourth generation iPad (662g).

The Telstra 4G Tablet will be available online and in stores tomorrow for $480 outright. The tablet will also be sold on a Telstra Data+ Tablet Plan for $49 per month over 24 months. The plan includes 4GB of data per month.

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Ghan

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Already looks old compared to Microsoft's Surface tablet.

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