Yesterday, lots of blogs have reported that ZTE has unveiled its first Windows Phone Mango handset – the ZTE Tania. However, it’s only today that the Chinese company announced details on the handset’s availability.
Surprisingly (or maybe not, since ZTE keeps on launching Android smartphones all over the world), the Tania will not be available only in China, but also “in a number of European countries”, where it should arrive later this year.
As you can see in the image below, the Tania is thin (probably around 10mm), and looks quite nice. It features a 4.3 inch WVGA display, HSPA+, Wi-Fi, GPS, 5MP rear camera, 512MB of RAM, a 1GHz single core processor with 3D acceleration, and 4GB of on-board memory. These specs put the Tania in the same league as the HTC Radar and Samsung Omnia W / Focus Flash.
Most likely, this is the same ZTE device as the one presented by Microsoft back in July.
ZTE didn’t mention the price of its first Windows Phone Mango handset. However, since the company is known for making affordable smartphones, the Tania could be one of the cheapest Mango devices out there. We’ll bring more details on it as soon as we get them.
Via Press release
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