The latest smartphone that can boot an OS it will likely never need is Asus ZenFone 2. A crafty XDA Developers member ported Microsoft Windows 7 to the Intel Atom-based smartphone.
The desktop OS was ported on the ZE551ML variant of the ZenFone 2. Windows 7 runs on the smartphone as an aSPICE KVM virtual machine.
The desktop OS runs a tad slow on the mobile device, but is still surprisingly usable. See it in action below.
As you have probably guessed by now, getting Windows 7 to run on your ZenFone 2 is not a casual exercise. You will need to root your device, keep its bootloader unlocked, as well as install a number of additional tools on it before you can even get started.
A large capacity microSD card is also recommended alongside a partitioner for it. The whole exercise is explained in detail at the source link below.
the phone has MHL tehnology , so you can connect a HDMI to it through the usb port
To even run windows, you will need a processor that actually even works on Windows. Processors in mobile phones won't even install or even run. Asus Zenfone has a Intel processor which makes it able to run Windows.
well this device has low specs thats why it can not even run w7...u need a real phone ... 4k screen 5.5 inches... 80 mpx camera rear..50 mpx for front facing dual xenon flashes ...8 gb of ram,,,1 tb of internal storage + 2tb external drive support, d...