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One of the first Windows Phones focused on being budget friendly, and ZTE's first Windows Phone, the Tania is expected to release in Q1 2012. Inside the ZTE Tania is a 1 GHz Qualcomm MSM8255 processor with 512 MB of RAM and 4 GB of internal storage. Its 4.3-inch display measures 4.3-inches diagonal. Other features of the ZTE Tania smartphone include a five-megapixel camera with LED flash and Windows Phone 7.5 (Mango). Read on for the latest Tania news, reviews and videos:

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    The time is right for companies to start sharing the details of their initial Windows Phone 8 lineups, like we're hoping HTC will do tomorrow. ZTE might not be the most popular kid on the Windows Phone block, but it's looking to make its presence felt with some new releases, at least according to these new pics. What, exactly, are we looking at, though? These images are apparently from ZTE's own Dennis Lui, so we should be considering them to be legit. Even being real, it's tricky to know how to read all this. The first picture shows what could be old ZTE Tania hardware running Windows ...

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    ZTE broke into the Windows Phone game with the release of its Tania handset earlier this year. We've already seen the phone arrive in some European markets, featuring a 4.3-inch WVGA display, 4GB of internal flash storage, a five-megapixel camera, and a 1GHz processor. That all made for a perfectly respectable Windows Phone handset, not even considering that this was ZTE's first foray onto the platform. As the Tania gets ready to make its debut in China, it seems that ZTE is already moving on to bigger and better hardware, stepping-up from 1GHz to a 1.4GHz SoC. Currently running a ...

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    It's that time of the year again, when we're both happy and sad, excited and disappointed all at the same time. Last year's Mobile World Congress was all about three things: Android, 3D and speed offered by emerging dual-core processors. This year's show was not that much different at all, if you come to think of it. It's safe to assume that everyone who was there -- or following our MWC coverage -- understands that, again, Android was all over the place. With or without Ice Cream Sandwich on smartphones or tablets, the Google platform -- and its OEM partners -- has flooded the show floors ...

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    ZTE has just released its first Windows Phone, the Tania in the U.K. and one of the company executives was kind enough to disclose that the phone-maker is paying Microsoft £15-£20 ($23-$31) for every Windows Phone. Redmond adopted the same strategy for Windows Phone as before, licensing out its operating system to OEMs for a certain fee. While the exact amount was not known until now, it was believed to be somewhat lower. Santiago Sierra, ZTE UK's Portfolio Manager unveiled that these costs make the Chinese-made Windows Phones more expensive compared Android-powered phones for example. ...

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    Lv Qianhao, head of handset strategy at ZTE, said that "the United States and China will be key engines driving our smartphone sales". The Chinese phone-maker is now the world's fourth handset manufacturer and has plans to improve on every level. Lv Qianhao also said that ZTE is planning on doubling smartphone shipments worldwide by shifting the policy. The 12 million target number was exceeded in 2011 and for 2012 the main plan is to improve on quality. "If we say ZTE started out as a contractor, like those building mass housing that are value for money, then we want to be a developer of ...

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    ZTE's first Windows Phone, the Mango-powered Tania, surfaced a couple of days ago when it was unveiled at the China International Communications Exhibition 2011. We only had a couple of hands-on pictures but, thanks to Microsoft, we can now enjoy the official press renders. We have to admit that the phone is looking really, really good! It sports a 1GHZ processor, 4.3-inch WVGA display, 512MB of RAM, 4GB Internal Storage, five-megapixel camera with LED flash, plus the usual suspects: WiFi, Bluetooth, sensors and GPS. It runs Windows Phone 7.5 Mango and it appears to obey the amended ...

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    The ZTE Tania is the first Windows Phone to come out from the Chinese phone maker after the company got accepted as an official Windows Phone OEM partner. It was officially launched at the end of September and it looks like it will land in the U.K. next month. The price will be around £208 ex VAT (roughly $320) which is not too much for a Windows Phone that rocks a 1GHZ processor and a 4.3-inch WVGA display. Other specs include 512MB of RAM, 4GB Internal Storage, five-megapixel camera with LED flash, WiFi, Bluetooth, sensors and GPS. If you're interested, make sure to check with Clove for ...

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    Just yesterday, we talked about ZTE and its plans for smartphone dominance. Its efforts making headway into the Windows Phone market have resulted in the Tania, the company's first such handset on the platform. We've known about this model for some time now, as it appeared at trade shows months ago. Now we await the handset's widespread availability, including its arrival in the UK, which we've heard tipped for mid-next-month. We've still got a few weeks to go there, but ZTE decided to introduce Tania to the country a little bit early, holding a launch event for the phone today. This ...

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    Chinese phone maker ZTE has joined the Windows Phone party when it was announced as a new partner together with Acer and Fujitsu Ltd, for the upcoming Mango platform refresh. Phones were also on display at WPC 2011 but those images were ordered down by Microsoft. ZTE's first Windows Phone, named Tania, was shown off at the China International Communications Exhibition 2011. As you can see, it comes in white and will probably be a direct competitor to the HTC Radar, both looks and specs-wise. The Tania features a 1GHZ processor, 4.3-inch WVGA display, 512MB of RAM, 4GB Internal Storage, ...

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