ZTE unveils its first Windows Phone 7 handset

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ZTE unveils its first Windows Phone 7 handset

ZTE unveils the Tania, its first Windows Phone 7 handset which will go on sale in Europe next year

ZTE has unveiled in Beijing its first Windows Phone 7 smartphone, the ZTE Tania, which will go on sale in Europe next year.

The ZTE Tania has a 800×480 WVGA resolution 4.3-inch TFT screen and a 1GHZ frequency processor.

The device, which will come with the latest version of the Windows Phone OS, dubbed Mango, also has a 5 mega pixel camera and 4GB of flash memory.

ZTE executive vice president and head of the terminal division He Shiyou  said: “ZTE has had much success with its other phones and we hope to carry that over to Windows Phone with the Tania.

“This new Smartphone will crystallise ZTE’s product strategy on multiple platforms while giving our customers a wider variety of OS choices.”

ZTE is also showcasing a range of devices using next generation networks, and its flagship Blade and Skate smartphones.

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