As the name suggests is the smallest among the three, features a 4.0" WVGA TFT display and runs on Mediatek MT6572 chipset (dual-core 1.3GHz Cortex-A7, Mali-400 GPU, 1GB RAM). Other notable specs include a 5MP camera, 4GB expandable storage and Android 4.2 Jelly Bean powering the whole thing.
Of course, the smartphone is not so much about fancy chipsets or umpteen megapixel screens and cameras - it's main point of attraction is the price. And the price is really pretty good - the ZTE Blade Q Mini has launched in the UK today and it can be yours for just £59.99. The droid is available exclusively via Virgin Mobile.
There is no information on when other retailers and carriers will be getting the ZTE Blade Q Mini (or if at all for that matter). We are also still in the dark regarding the other Blade Q handsets and their eventual launch in the UK. If you like the Blade Q Mini though, you can find and buy one at Argos or Sainsbury's.