Omar Mohamed, 18 Mar 2016it is still a testing device.Yep. It is likely to resemble the 4s. Probably 5.5". If it is an 820 SOC then it will most likely have 4GB of RAM. But to use all of it it will probably runt the anniversary version of W10M which is suppose to support 64bit. Might see this phone in August.
UR RIGHT, 19 Mar 2016Make Lumias look like this and smaller, and I will definitely be one of your converts.I love (and prefer) the 6" screen (on my Lumia 1520).
Bigger screen for multimedia, powerpoints, excel sheets, skyping, etc.
Windows phone delivers and the L 1520 is heaven on earth.
This Alcatel Idol 6" would be a dream come true as well.
Chooooot, 18 Mar 2016If only microsoft makes their lumias look like this one, then they might become the new game c... moreMake Lumias look like this and smaller, and I will definitely be one of your converts.
If only microsoft makes their lumias look like this one, then they might become the new game changer.,
Mobilemaster, 18 Mar 2016Haha, it does not have Bluetooth? :))Do you guys really not understand that they're just testing the device, and that because of that some things might not be working yet, or simply disabled ? Of course it will have bluetooth and gps.
mir, 18 Mar 2016Strange that they bet on WP for their top end smart phone.It's the only logical thing to do, considering how advanced, stable and secure Windows 10 is compared to other free mobile operating systems out there.
Anonymous, 18 Mar 2016Or gps. Somethings wrong hereDefinitely wrong. Please, don't tell me we don't need Bluetooth anymore and all other manufacturer start copying this. Removing Bluetooth is so not cool. I hope this is not a trend.
Mobilemaster, 18 Mar 2016Haha, it does not have Bluetooth? :))Or gps. Somethings wrong here
Not a bad looking Cp but the real problem is MS Store, its like a hell not even common apps are available.... I dont know why the wanders wont ask MS to do some investment on it
Not sure about this one. I mean...it looks alright, some of the specs are good, but that WP OS. Before you say anything...I have one. I put up with it, because I use it for calls only, but there was a time, when I had to use it as my main phone, and boy, that was a struggle. Mostly the app support. It's really bad, as if app makers just walk around this OS and focus on Android and iOS. But if the Microsoft is paying...that's fine, right?
Fake specs..there is no way it lacks basics such as bluetooth and gps