SyncPhone is the first smartphone with desktop Windows 10
Yesterday we wrote about the new EveryPhone smartphone that runs Windows 10 Mobile, being the world’s thinnest such device with this OS as of now and now we will tell you of one more such device that has the intention to run the desktop version of Windows 10, which many of you are used to.
The new smartphone is called SyncPhone and by running Windows 10 it allows users to run all Windows Store apps that you run on your desktop computer, which is nice, don’t you think? There are three versions of the device – the first one, called just SyncPhone, costs USD 199 and offers an Intel Atom x5-Z8300 processor at up to 1.84 GHz, 2 GB of RAM and 32 GB of internal memory as well as an 8 MP camera. The second version costs USD 299 and carries the SyncPhone S brand name – it offers 4 GB of RAM, 64 GB of internal memory and an Intel Atom x5-Z8500 processor at 2.24 GHz and a 12 MP camera. The last model is called SyncPhone Pro and costs USD 499 – for this much money you get an Intel Atom x7-Z8700 processor at up to 2.4 GHz, 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of internal memory as well as a 20 MP camera. The SyncPhone S and SyncPhone Pro also come with styluses. All three models offer 5.4-inch displays with unknown resolution, an aluminum chassis, support for microSD cards, support for LTE and finally Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. The capacity of the batteries inside is unknown, however.
The only problem with the SyncPhone smarphones is that they need money in order to reach the market. The company behind these devices – Nurve Technologies – wants to raise USD 750 000 in order to launch these smartphones and if the money reaches 1 million US dollars the SyncPhone will also boast Android; if Nurve Technologies reaches 2 million dollars Ubuntu Mobile will also be added. Speaking of this once the SyncPhone reaches stores, the prices of the models will reach USD 279, USD 390 and USD 700, respectively, so the time to act might be now.