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Gtel looks beyond phones, introduces its own tablet


You can never get enough of screen size. That logic that has been the driver behind the transformation of mobile phones from small and easy to handle toys into larger, well-sized devices with ample displays.

It’s what makes sense in a world where we watch more video on mobile devices than ever before. That’s what also justifies the tablet. It’s has earned a place in the device scheme of things and every manufacturer is cashing in, including Gtel.

The Zimbabwean brand that specialises in the distribution of customised Original Design Manufacturer (ODM) hardware has now ventured into tablets as well. The first in this new range is the Gtel T 9000.


The tablet has an 8.9 inch screen, supports Windows 8.1 or Android KitKat (to the user’s discretion), has a 5 MP and 2 MP cameras in the back and front respectively and a quad core processor.

GtelWe’ve received the device and will be offering a full review that will examine everything from the performance and aesthetics and how it compares ┬áto other mid-range tablets. According to the Gtel Facebook page, the device will be sold on a 12-month contract at $50 per month.

Have you had a chance to use the T 9000? What are your thoughts on it so far? Is there anything you’d want us to explore in our review?


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