Windows smartphones stopped being produced a few years ago, and Microsoft itself switched to Android. However, fans of mobile Windows have a new hope – the British company Emperion has announced the release of a new perspective gadget running the ARM-version of the popular operating system.
According to representatives of Emperion, being prepared for release smartphone Nebulus running Windows 10 for ARM-processors, on which is installed branded shell. As a hardware platform is used accelerated modification of Snapdragon 845.
Developers of the gadget assure that they have succeeded in working Android applications without emulators and the need to switch between the two operating systems on the device. The possibility to switch to the desktop mode when connecting to the external display via USB Type-C port or via wireless protocol is also announced.
Smartphone is made in a traditional monoblock case with rounded sides. It is equipped with a display without cutouts and holes with a wide top frame, in the area of which are placed selfi-module and auxiliary sensors. Another feature of the model is a dedicated camera shutter button, which consists of two sensors.
For the autonomy of the gadget will be responsible for a capacious battery of 6000 mAh, and for the quality of sound – built-in speakers with support for Dolby technology. According to the representatives of the company, the Emperion smartphone owners will be able to enjoy the benefits of Windows 10 for ARM-devices and run Android applications without additional settings or rebooting the OS.
Price of the new product will be $706, the exact start date of receiving pre-orders will be announced later.