ZTE officially unveils their first Windows Phone 7.5 device – ZTE Tania

By damaster | Posted September 25, 2011 14 comments

At the 2011 PT/EXPO COMM China today, ZTE officially unveiled their first Windows Phone 7.5 “Mango” device, named the ZTE Tania. Check out a photo of the new device on display (thanks to WPXap.com):

According to reports from PCHome, the device comes in both white and black variants. It sports a 4.3″ TFT screen, 800×480 WVGA  resolution, 1GHz processor, 512 MB RAM, 4GB storage, and a 5 megapixel camera. The specs are perhaps not the best in town, but we believe that it will be the price that will attract customers, although no pricing details have been revealed yet.

Posted September 25th, 2011 at 9:27 pm
Category: Mobile
Tags: Mango, Windows Phone, ZTE
  • http://profiles.google.com/nxwkev kevin zhang

    i wont get this for anything less than free- going for samsung focus s or htc titan

  • http://profiles.google.com/nxwkev kevin zhang

    i wont get this for anything less than free- going for samsung focus s or htc titan

  • http://twitter.com/efjay01 Ef Jay

    8GB is the minimum storage allowed on WP7 devices per the specs. 4GB is ridiculous.

    • http://josecapistrano.info jhoeforth

      Correct, 8GB should be the minimum specs of WP7. Is this for real? How can MS allow this?

      • Anonymous

        There is no rules for China producers ;) 

    • Mario Albertico

      Agree, I doubt Apple goes around making exceptions for other markets with the iPhone…and even if this is a low-end entry, what’s the point when there’s probably cheaper Android phones with better specs?

  • Guest

    8GB is the minimum storage allowed on WP7 devices per the specs. 4GB is ridiculous.

    • http://josecapistrano.info jhoeforth

      Correct, 8GB should be the minimum specs of WP7. Is this for real? How can MS allow this?

      • tolerant_today

        There is no rules for China producers ;) 

    • Mario Albertico

      Agree, I doubt Apple goes around making exceptions for other markets with the iPhone…and even if this is a low-end entry, what’s the point when there’s probably cheaper Android phones with better specs?

  • Adrian

    This will only work if Pandora or Spotify come to WP so you won;t have to store anything

  • Adrian

    This will only work if Pandora or Spotify come to WP so you won;t have to store anything

  • Anonymous

    There is no rules for China producers ;) 

  • Mario Albertico

    Agree, I doubt Apple goes around making exceptions for other markets with the iPhone…and even if this is a low-end entry, what’s the point when there’s probably cheaper Android phones with better specs?