The Alcatel Idol4 Pro, which has been the subject of a handful of leaks already, has now received Wi-Fi certification from the WiFi Alliance (WFA), suggesting that the Windows 10-powered phone will launch soon.
What's worth mentioning here is that the device that has been certified is a T-Mobile variant. This could mean that the handset will only be available in the US, at-least at launch.
It's rumored spec-sheet currently reads SD820 SoC, 6-inch full HD display, 20MP rear camera, and 64GB storage. There's currently no information on how much it will cost.
Europe in generally is a market for windows mobile;). Germany, Romania, Italy, Sweeden are heavy markets for windows. The only markets that conprehend quality to. Windows 10, might be down for the moment. But will raise, fast in the next 2 years.
With less than 2% (and falling) of the global smartphone market share, why would Google bother eating time and resources? It's not just Google either, other big names are dropping support for the same reason. They're was a time I would have agreed Go...