The Chinese smartphone manufacturer, ZTE has launched its latest Windows Phone in Chinese market few days ago. The phone has been named as ZTE Tania and available on China Unicom network in China.
When the news aired few days ago about the Windows Phone sales beating Apple iPhone sales in China, looks like ZTE no longer wanted to miss the opportunity.
So, they finally launched their long announced Windows Phone few days ago with slightly upgraded hardware specs which was announced in official announcement.
ZTE Tania Windows Phone Specs
ZTE Tania sports a 1.4 GHz single core Scorpion processor (it was announced with 1 GHz processor but ZTE upgraded it at the time of launch), 4.3 inches screen with 800×480 resolution, 512 MB RAM, a 5 Megapixel rear camera, 4GB internal storage with no option of expanding it further except 7GB of SkyDrive cloud storage. The phone is available in shiny Black and White colors and has dimensions of 128.6 x 67.8 x 10.5 mm.
The phone is equipped with Standard Li-Ion 1400 mAh a long life battery which give you a long 5 hours battery backup on talk time. It works with GSM network and has Wi-Fi and Bluetooth for connectivity solution.
It will come with the latest version of Windows Phone OS, currently called as Windows Phone 7.5 Mango. And hopefully it will be upgradable on Windows Phone 7.8 as well.
With all these hardware specs, ZTE Tania comes with the tag of budget Windows Phone with price of $350. And if you are in love with the Live Tiles Metro UI of Windows Phone and living in China, it will be the best available shot for you.
The phone will be soon available on few UK carriers as well. Company is also looking to release this phone in other Asian markets as well. There is no doubt that with these specs and such a nice price tag, this Windows Phone will surely attract the masses of entry level smartphone market.
Nitin Agarwal is an MVP alumni and a Pro Blogger. He was awarded as Most Valuable Professional for 3 times by Microsoft in Windows Expert - Consumer category. He is immensely inspired by Bill Gates, Steve Jobs and APJ Abdul Kalam.