ZTE Tania is getting an upgraded 1.4GHz single-core processor for its China debut

ZTE Tania is getting an upgraded 1.4GHz single-core processor for its China debut
One gigahertz processors are so first-generation, especially for Windows Phones, as recent devices sport slightly faster clocked speeds to meet with the times. Lucky for the somewhat forgotten ZTE Tania, which actually splashed into the UK market early in the year, it’s being outfitted with an upgraded processor just in time for its launch in its home country of China.

In fact, the news about its upgraded CPU came from an interview with ZTE sales director Wei Xiaodong, where it’s mentioned for the smartphone to become available in stores across China before the end of the month. Rather than flaunting the same 1GHz processor in use with the international version, the one bound for China will be packing a faster single-core 1.4GHz CPU instead.

Obviously, some might be excited about the new change and all, but considering that Windows Phone simply runs buttery smooth, the new ZTE Tania’s superiority might not be as visible for some people. As for the rest of the specs for this China bound ZTE Tania, it’s mainly unchanged as it features a 4.3” WVGA display, 5-megapixel camera, 512MB of RAM, and 4GB of internal storage.

With 10 days left before May is over, the good people of China can expect to see it very soon – so at the earliest, it can arrive tomorrow. If not, consumers will need to wait at the literal tail end of the month.

source: CNMO (translated) via Unwired View

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