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ZTE Tania and LG Jil Sander Windows Phones hands-on

Tim Stevens
11.07.11
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Wondering how they do Windows Phone in Asia? Take a peek at these two that have yet to find release on American shores -- and may never. The first is the ZTE Tania, which we've seen before, a 4.3-inch WVGA (naturally) device with a 1GHz processor and some... nondescript styling. Those looking for a bit more panache might think LG's offering would be more their speed. It's simply dubbed Jil Sander Phone. Jil Sander, if you don't know, is a bit of a player in the ready-to-wear market, but the phone bearing her name doesn't offer much in the way of visual drama. It has lots of hard-plastic ridges in clashing directions and a somewhat low rent feel. It sports a 3.8-inch display and a 1GHz processor, but is also pre-installed with the Jil Sander app to allow a "vivid interaction with the brand." We invite you to have your own vivid interaction with the two phones in the galleries below.

Gallery: Tania by ZTE eyes-on | 9 Photos


Gallery: Jil Sander Windows Phone by LG hands-on | 24 Photos


Zach Honig contributed to this report.

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