New 5.7-inch Windows 10 is in the work?

microsoft-logoWhile the preview version of Windows 10 has been released, the detail on the hardware side is a bit hazy. The only thing we know so far is Microsoft’s commitment to the Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 810, and that is it. But AdDuplex might be able to bring us some good news. The site is well known for giving out the statistic of Windows Phone OS and other Microsoft related stats to the public, as well as some mystery devices. This time, AdDuplex hints at a new Windows 10 smartphone in the work.

The device’s codename is RM-1085. Reportedly, the phone sports a massive 5.7-inch Full HD (1080p) display and is running Windows 10. The screen’s resolution implies a flagship level display, meaning this might very well be the successor of Microsoft’s only phablet, the Nokia Lumia 1520. While we are not sure at the moment, one thing can be confirmed is that this is the biggest display for a Windows device so far (on the smartphone side, of course).

On that note, the site also releases some number on Windows Phone and Windows 10. It appears that Windows Phone 8.1 is continuing to gain ground in the market share, noted by AdDuplex that “almost three out of every four devices” is running Windows Phone 8.1, the latest version so far. Windows 10 preview also started to grow, as it see a jump from 0.1 to 0.7& in the last few weeks.

On the hardware side, Nokia/Microsoft Lumia still dominates the Windows Phone market, with the Lumia 635 take the lead with 26.8%. New OEMs for this year is also doing well, with BLU running in front, at 34.20%.

Source: AdDuplex

Via: Windows Central

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