Earlier this week, ZTE has officially announced the Mimosa X, a new dual-core startphone that runs Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.
Now we’re hearing that the company is readying a Windows Phone version of the Mimosa.
According to WP Dang, the new Mimosa will run Windows Phone Tango, and should be launched in emerging markets, including China. The handset should be quite affordable, like the ZTE Tania (the company’s first WP device, released this month with Windows Phone Mango on board) or the Nokia Lumia 710.
Unfortunately, we don’t know if the Windows Phone Tango-based Mimosa looks like the Android ICS model (pictured below). Its features are also a mystery for now.
Yesterday, ZTE unveiled that it would showcase some Windows Phone handsets at MWC (alongside Android ones, of course). However, it’s not clear if the new Mimosa will be among them, since WP Dang claims that production for it will start only in April. Well, we’ll see what happens in a few days after MWC debuts.
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