ZTE launches ‘Tania’, it’s first Windows Phone device
The Mango-fever is finally catching up with handset manufacturers. And this time ZTE, the Chinese mobile manufacturer has joined Acer and Fujitsu Ltd, and launched its first Windows Phone mobile and it’ll run on Microsoft’s fresh WP Mango OS. The smartphone named ‘Tania’ runs on a 1GHz processor and will have 512MB of RAM. It has a 4.3 inch WVGA screen and 4GB internal memory, sports a 5MP Camera with LED Flash at the rear but lacks a front camera, all the usual sensors, WiFi and GPS.
Pricing and availability of the handset is unknown.