AdDuplex confirms 2K Windows 10 phone in development, likely the Lumia 940 XL

We have seen numerous reports of 2K Windows 10 Mobile phones coming at the end of the year, but so far little solid evidence that these handsets will feature the super high resolution screens rumoured.

Now however for the first time AdDuplex has been able to confirm such a device is in testing.

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Data collected from their ad network on the 23/6/2015 shows that the Microsoft RM-1100 will have a 2K 1440×2560 screen, unfortunately of unknown dimension.

The Lumia 940 XL is rumoured to have a 5.7 inch screen with 2K resolution and a Octacore processor.

Interestingly the info also reveals the Microsoft RM-1104 will have a 5.2 inch 1080P screen, which suggests the Lumia 940 will indeed be a significantly lesser device than the Lumia 940 XL 5.7 inch phablet.

Rumours had suggested that handset will have a hexacore processor and also a 2K screen, but AdDuplex’s data is consistent with GFXBench stats, which also showed a 1080P screen.

With the Lumia 940 XL set to have the better processor, better screen and also goodies such as an Iris scanner and pen, it seems clear that there is only one real flagship, and that it is a phablet.

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