Six months ago we wrote about a Windows 10 Mobile prototype, the Hapanero, an early version of the Lumia 950 which supported the Surface Pen.
Now another video of the device has popped up, where the user proves the device supports the Surface Pen, unlike the eventually released Lumia 950, which does not respond to the pen at all.
In case our readers do not recall the story, the device was built for demo purposes at BUILD 2015.
Two versions of the handset existed- one with a 1080P screen and the other 1440P. The device is powered by a Snapdragon 810 processor, has 4 GB of RAM, 32 GB of storage with microSD card expansion,20-megapixel camera, triple LED flash, removable battery between 1750 and 2000 mAh and dual-SIM support.
The device is a glimpse of what might have been, and we hope Microsoft has better success getting their dual-screened handset to market next year.