Microsoft has long been encouraging other smartphones to produce Windows-based smartphones, and has just managed to get another partner to support it. It has been called Nurve Technologies, which has shown its latest family of mobile devices named SyncPhone.
Under the name SyncPhone there is an entire product line, consisting of three models of varied technical specifications that combine the common denominator, namely the Windows 10 platform. The new product line will include SyncPhone, SyncPhone S and SyncPhone Pro, all of which feature a 5.4 “touch screen, as well as Intel Atom processors, with SyncPhone’s Intel Atom X5 X8300 1.84 GHz, SyncPhone S we have the Intel Atom X5 Z8500 2.24 GHz, while the SyncPhone Pro found the Intel Atom x7 Z8700 2.4 GHz.
Smartphones also differ in the amount of available RAM and flash, which are 2 GB / 32 GB, 4 GB / 64 GB, and 8 GB / 128 GB, respectively, as well as cameras that have 8 Mpix, 12 Mpix 20 Mpix.
However, the most interesting is the issue of the operating system, because in spite of appearances it will not be Windows 10 Mobile, but desktop version of Windows 10. In other words, the SyncPhone family is a pocket PC that offers full home PC functionality.
And they are not expensive devices at the same time. For SyncPhone we pay $ 199, SyncPhone S costs $ 299, while SyncPhone Pro costs $ 499. Products will be available for sale in February next year, and more information will be available at -the-world-s-most-versatile-smartphone # / Indiegogo, where funds are collected for their production.