ZTE is aiming to cater to all of the customers this electronic season. The ZTE Blade C is another Android smartphone which will be economical and yet will run android 4.1 Jelly Bean, this is a really interesting combo, especially in budget phones. ZTE, much like HTC in the past is expanding its portfolio in a positive way. Adding the ZTE Blade C in an already robust budget offering will not only make sure more people are introduced to the “future” but also that ZTE will gain much needed exposure. Those people, who are just taking the leap from the normal phone to the smartphone world, will be hesitant in buying the expensive devices. ZTE Blade C will make them take the step in a more budget friendly way. The ZTE Blade C has already been in the market, in China an identical device was released some time ago named ZTE V889S. The great news is that the ZTE V889S only costs just above $100, and there is no reason for the ZTE Blade C to cost more than that. The smartphone will come with a 4 inch WVGA screen and will be running on a MediaTek 1.2 GHz dual core MTK6577 processor. 4 GB on board memory and 512 MB of RAM will also be there. A 3 megapixel rear facing camera and a 1,600 mAh battery will make the ZTE Blade C a little bit more respectable. The main concern we have is that the 512 MB RAM might not be enough to handle Google’s mobile OS. The Jelly Bean is a demanding beast and with that low amount of physical memory and a relatively unknown processor, the ZTE Blade C may struggle to churn out quality performance. The ZTE Blade C is squarely targeted at the first time customers and is hailed as an entry level smartphone. ZTE is not shying away from that fact itself. The release dates are not known but we might get some info on MWC next month.