Windows 10 Smartphone Devices Are In The Works

Windows 10 Smartphone Devices Are In The Works

There are two Lumia premium phones that are in the works and these two smartphones are intended primarily for Microsoft’s Windows 10. Is Windows following Samsung’s steps in revealing not one but two smartphone flagship? The answer is no, the flagship device bear the codename; Cityman while the other phone is codenamed Talkman since the new phones are still in current state of development.

Consumers are into bigger screens should these new two phones features bigger screens? Or will they take similar approach like Apple which comes with two devices that have bigger display yet with similar specifications

The in the works flagship phone codenamed Cityman is reportedly has the following features:

  • 7-inch QHD display
  • Qualcomm octa-core processor
  • 3 GB of RAM
  • 32 GB internal storage
  • 20-megapixel primary camera
  • removable back for battery and microSD cards
  • Micrososft’s Continuum

The Microsoft’s Continuum, is the feature will turn a smartphone into another form of PC thus and so the Continuum’s success will give birth to a new era of computing as Microsoft envisioned that the future of computing can be done in a single smartphone. There should be some additional hardware that will be consolidated to the flagship phone to make Microsoft goal come into reality.

On the other hand the second phone which is codenamed Talkman Lumia will have the following features:

  • 2-inch QHD display (smaller screen compared to the fllagship device codenamed Cityman)
  • Qualcomm hexa-core processor
  • 3GB of RAM
  • 20-megapixel primary camera

Moreover the two phones will feature a triple-LED flash which will offer variety of photo tones more than that the secondary shooter of these phones will have a 5-megapixel camera. In terms of availability the Windows 10 smartphone will come later after the Windows 10 Pc’s. Sure, Windows 10 Pc’s will offer something new into the table. The latest Operating System of Microsoft has a never-been-seen features that is worth the wait, let’s say the Microsoft’s Edge as a default browser of Windows 10 that will replace the old Internet Explorer should this new browser can deliver more than what is expected?


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