ZTE Announces First Windows Phone Device: ZTE Tania

When Windows Phone 7 was first launched, it was backed by four of the largest smartphone manufacturers – HTC, Samsung, LG and Dell. Since the initial launches, the excitement seemed to have died out, with very few new launches. However, when Microsoft announced the new version of Windows Phone – Mango, a lot of new devices were announced.

Many new Windows Phone 7.5 devices have already been unveiled by most major manufacturers. Today, one more joined the fray — ZTE.

ZTE initially started out as a maker of cheap Android devices, but has been launching quite a few impressive devices in the last year.

ZTE Tania – Specifications

Its first Windows Phone 7.5 device will be called the ZTE Tania. It will likely be marketed as an inexpensive Windows Phone 7.5 smartphone. It comes with a 1.GHz processor, 512 MB of RAM and 4 GB internal storage. It will also sport a 4.3 inch WVGA display, which is the new normal.

Other specifications include a 5 MP camera with LED flash, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS etc.

Here are some images of the ZTE Tania, courtesy XDA.cn & Pocketnow:

ZTE Tania

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