ZTE is better known for their feature phones and low priced Android offerings but has been surprising the world of Android lately. ZTE appears to be going big and have stepped into the quad-core tablet game with a few Honeycomb tablets of their own. We first saw the Tegra 3 touting 7" version last week, and now it seems the 10.1" tablet is also in the wild.
Pictured above is the new ZTE 10.1" Android 3.2 Honeycomb tablet, nicely powered by the quad-core NVIDIA Tegra 3, a 5MP camera, and a 3250 mAh battery. We don't really have any other details at this point and the paperwork found with the tablet suggests Android 2.3 Gingerbread although this is most likely just an early developer unit not running the latest Honeycomb. I'm concerned with that small battery combined with a quad-core myself, but NVIDIA has stated a few times Kal-El is extremely efficient.
Do take note that the pictures don't actual say Tegra 3 like the smaller sibling we saw last week, but we are betting it will carry the same internals. Looking at the images the device does seem very thin and to have a nice form factor, if they are able to fit all that into a thin package this would make for one truly awesome tablet.
We also spot a few references to NFC support, something not many tablets currently offer, so that is another plus for the ZTE tablet. We don't have any solid facts or details other than what sources have outlined but we'll be sure to keep an eye out for more details.