Another budget Windows Phone offering? Sure, why not. ZTE are at it again, this time with the Orbit.
The ZTE Orbit is slightly smaller than the Tania, coming in at 4-inches as opposed to 4.3. Resolution is the standard 800×480, and you’re also looking at a 1Ghz single-core processor, 512MB of RAM, a stingy 4GB of storage, and 5 megapixel camera. HD Voice is alive and well, if the network supports it (coughOrangecough).
ZTE say that the Orbit will be running the “most updated” version of Windows Phone, which we assume means Tango will be on board when it ships in the second quarter.