After the Katana 01, another Windows 10-powered smartphone has surfaced in Japan. Dubbed EveryPhone, the device is manufactured by local OEM Yamada Denki, and will start retailing tomorrow - November 28.
Specs-wise, the handset is powered by a Snapdragon 410 SoC, and sports a 5.5 inch 720P display. It comes 2GB RAM and 32GB expandable internal memory, and packs in a 2,600 mAh battery. In terms of camera, the EveryPhone features a 13MP rear unit and a 5MP front shooter.
The smartphone weighs in at 138.6 gms and measures 154.8mm x 78.6 mm x 6.9mm, making it the thinnest Windows Mobile handset ever, matching the Apple iPhone 6s.
As for the price, the device carries a tag of JPY 39,800 (around $325) - it'll also available on a regular two-year contract for JPY 1791 ($14) per month. First 3,000 buyers will also get a Bluetooth keyboard and a screen protector (worth a total of $45) for free.
The EveryPhone will be available for purchase from LABI, Tecc Land, Best Denki, Tsukumo, Yamada mobile, Matsuyadenki, as well as from Yamada’s own website.
Ya am also waiting for the final build. I don't have any keyboard problems. Battery life is little short than before, but not much. Lets hope windows 10 will make windows popular to grab developers attention, so will get custom roms dual boot etc.
Non of the lumia is less than 8mm .
Agree, for me less than 8 mm is thin enough for a smartphone.