It looks like a new player has arrived on the Windows Phone market. ZTE has officially announced its debut Windows Phone device – the ZTE Tania. While it may be a bit late, seeing how Windows Phone 7 is almost a year old, but hey – it’s better being late than never, right? Fortunately being late means ZTE’s first Windows Phone handset will get preloaded with Mango.
The phone packs the specs of first gen WP devices, which is surprising – especially when it comes to the phone’s internal memory – it only has 4GB, considering that 8GB was supposed to be the minimum requirement for WP7 devices. Has Microsoft changed its mind about such rules? Other specs include: 1GHz processor 4.3″ display, 512MB of RAM, and a 5-megapixel camera. No word on pricing or availability, but the ZTE Tania probably won’t be missed even if it doesn’t arrive on our shores.
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