Unlike some of the recent offerings from the Windows Phone camp, the ZTE Tania takes the approach of being a more budget-friendly smartphone that’s going to be very easy on the pockets in regards to purchasing it. Joining HTC and Nokia as one of China’s Windows Phone suppliers, ZTE finally has a presence in its own native country.
Nearly similar to the tooth with the international version, the only different thing about this China-version of the ZTE Tania, is that it’s being given the upgraded treatment in the form of a 1.4GHz single-core processor – up from the previous 1GHz clock speed. Furthermore, it features a 4.3” WVGA TFT display, 512MB RAM, 4GB of internal storage, and a 5-megapixel snapper in the rear.
Currently, China Unicom owns an exclusive on the handset, which can be bought in either white or black paint jobs. However, pricing for the smartphone has yet to be revealed, but then again, it shouldn’t be long before that’s known.
source: ZTE (translated) via The Verge