The Tania's £250 SIM-free price-tag puts it squarely in the mid-range, alongside Android smart phones such as the Samsung Galaxy W and the Motorola Defy+. Despite this middling pricing, the ZTE Tania sports a 4.3-inch touchscreen. It also has a 1GHz processor and runs Mango -- the latest version of Windows Phone (7.5), which brings the joys of multi-tasking to WinPho lovers. The ZTE Tania will be battling it out for your mid-range cash with the similarly priced Nokia Lumia 710 -- also due to land next month.
Both have 5-megapixel cameras, but the ZTE Tania steals a march on the Lumia 710 by offering to stick a 4.3-inch screen in your pocket vs the Lumia's 3.7 inches, That said, the screen resolution on both handsets is the same: 480x800 pixels, Are you smitten with the ZTE Tania or were you hoping it would be a tad cheaper? Let us know your mid-range thoughts in the comments below or shout it out on our reasonably priced Facebook wall, Windows Phone fans hoping to get their mitts on the new ZTE Tania should expect to shell out £250 SIM-free breathe. iphone case when it lands in the UK..
CNET también está disponible en español. Don't show this again. Having Dr Dre's stamp of approval means the Primo could well come with a pair of Beats Audio headphones. But even if these dandy cans aren't in the box it will certainly be cranking up the bass on your tunes thanks to the Beats Audio tech inside. The HTC Primo specs come courtesy of an anonymous tipster who's been whispering in gadget-site Stuff's ear. According to this talkative mole, the HTC Primo will pack a roughly iPhone-sized 3.7-inch Super AMOLED screen, toughened with Gorilla Glass protection -- so no matter how hard you dance or how phat your beats, you shouldn't have to worry about smashed phone syndrome. The Primo is also reportedly a svelte 9mm thick -- a few atoms slimmer than the iPhone 4S.
There's no word on price from the anonymous tipster, but the gadget mole reckons the HTC Primo's rear camera will be a mere 5 megapixels -- which makes us think this device could come carrying a mid-range price-tag, breathe. iphone case It's also supposedly going to pack a 1GHz dual-core Qualcomm processor and 512MB of RAM -- and with HTC phones from last year such as the HTC Sensation XE with Beats Audio offering a bit more beef under the hood, we're hoping the Primo's price-tag is a little less phat than its bigger brothers..
The camera will apparently shoot 720p HD video though, and is tipped to have an f/2.0 aperture for letting in more light -- so don't write off this little snapper just yet. If dancing around in dingy basements is your thing, the HTC Primo promises to be a trusty sidekick. It even supposedly has a dual shutter mode -- meaning you can snap photos while shooting HD video. Like the sound of the HTC Primo? Tell us in the comments or on our Facebook wall. HTC looks to have another Beats phone in the pipeline -- the Primo is slated to offer a dollop of Ice Cream Sandwich and HTC's Sense 4.0.