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, five-megapixel camera with LED flash, plus the usual suspects: WiFi, Bluetooth, sensors and GPS. The phone is running Windows Phone Mango but oddly there’s no front-facing webcam.


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