updated 08:30 pm EST, Thu January 12, 2012
Company's first WP7 device
ZTE brought its latest mobile devices to CES, where Electronista tried out the company's first Windows Phone offering, the Tania. The handset offers a basic set of features, centering around a 4.3-inch display with 800x480 resolution and a single-core 1GHz Qualcomm processor.
We found the OS to be as responsive ans most other Windows Phone devices that are currently on the market, though not as fast as many of the high-end Android alternatives. Aside from the software performance, we found the display to be lacking in brightness and color presentation.
ZTE has yet to announce plans to launch the Tania in the US, but we don't feel that it is a compelling offering against most of the existing Windows Phone lineup. The company showed off several aesthetic variations, including a white model and another build with chrome trim.