The Windows Phones many are looking for are Cityman and Talkman, there are other slightly unique Windows Mobile devices coming up in the near future. We reported earlier on a 7 inch Windows Phone being tested in China – the Ramos Q7 – and today, the device has just been certified by China’s TENAA.
What this means is that the device should be seeing a launch in the next future, perhaps in September with the launch of Windows 10 Mobile.
The expected specs of this device according to WBI are a 7-inch 720p screen, a Quad-core Snapdragon processor pared with 1 GB of RAM, 16 GB of internal storage and a middling pair of 5 and 2 MP cameras. No mention of battery capacity or external storage is made.
The Q7 will run Windows Mobile as opposed to big Windows which is now restricted to 8 inches and above and would be the first of its kind in the Windows Phone(Mobile) ecosystem, dwarfing the Lumia 1520 and it’s more compact successor.
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