ZTE today announced it has expanded its commitment to the Windows Phone platform and introduced the new ZTE Orbit. The Orbit joins the ZTE Tania in the company's portfolio of Windows Phone-based devices. The ZTE Tania is commercially available in the UK and Sweden and other countries around the world. The ZTE Orbit is based on the latest version of Windows Phone and comes with 4 GB of memory, HD voice and a 5 megapixel autofocus camera with LED flash. The ZTE Orbit will be available in the second quarter of this year.
Launched on 18 January, the ZTE Tania is a chic Windows Phone device, with a chassis measuring just 10.7 mm in depth, 4 GB internal storage and a 4.3" touch screen. The 1GHz processor and ultra-sharp cinematic WVGA 800 x 480 pixel screen make responding to E-Mails, editing documents and browsing the internet fast and intuitive. The first Windows Phone-powered smartphone launched by ZTE, the ZTE Tania is expected to be available in stores in the UK in early April at tariff points in the £10-20 range.
Cheers ~ Arne