4 years after unveiling its first Android phone the Chinese company Hisense launches a Windows Phone model. I’m talking about the brand new Hisense Mira 6, that debuted today, with Windows Phone 8.1 on board.
It came during a special conference in China, attended by Microsoft representatives, China Telecom officials and other important figures. This is a dual SIM dual standby model, with a back design that reminds me a lot of the iPhone 5. There’s also a very strange aspect here: the phone has Android capacitive buttons below the display, something that can only be explained by a render error.
The smartphone features a 5 inch HD display, a Qualcomm quad core processor, 8 GB of storage, a microSD card slot and 1 GB of RAM. We’ve got an 8 MP back camera and a front 5 MP shooter. The handset measures 7.18 mm in thickness and offers Dolby sound support. We don’t have a price just yet, but at least we know the handset has 4G connectivity.