Rumour: Both polycarbonate and metal flagship Windows phones are on the way

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We have been hearing conflicting rumours recently of both slim metal Windows 10 phones and polycarbonate handsets.

Now German site WindowsUnited.de have a rumour which is set to unify the disparate stories.

According to their sources both a polycarbonate and metal handsets on the way, both with flagship specs.

The plastic device, according to “several sources” is said to take after the Lumia 640, feature the Iris scanner, USB-C, Snapdragon 810, on screen navigation buttons and will offer Continuum for phones via a docking station with 3 ports –  USB, HDMI and USB-C. The handset is said to cost around 600 Euro.

The other device is the so-called Surface phone, and will be the device rumoured to be more expensive than the iPhone. Made of aluminium, the device may have an Intel processor, and is expected to arrive several months after the other handset.

Read more detail about the rumour at WindowsUnited.de here.

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