Nokia always previews the versions of the Windows Phone operating system, while trying to offer products with interesting specifications. All this thanks to the fact that it has become a "branch”Of the Redmond giant, but, apparently, things could change soon.
The hardware specifications of Windows Phone devices are, so to speak, "discrete", even if compared to rival devices running Android they are decidedly obsolete.
But, however, around September, things could change and in fact it is rumored that ZTE has in place a device based on Windows Phone with specific hardware similar to the top of the Android range.
The device, codenamed W5, appears to have been included in the Nubia series. Recall that in recent months ZTE has already used this series to enter international markets with a very aggressive pricing policy.
The technical specifications of the ZTE Nubia W5 see the adoption of a Snapdragon 801 processor, 3GB of RAM and 64 GB of ROM, with the adoption of a camera from 13 mega-pixel.
But that's not all, in fact, the Windows Phone devices are known for their ability to consume less energy than those Android and the fact that this Nubia W5 can mount a battery from 4500 mAh gives us hope.[via GizChina.com]