We love it when a firm we’ve heard about associated to other products goes into the biz of smartphones. It’s the case of Ramos, a Chinese tablet maker we’ve seen experimenting with Android, Windows and dual boot devices. Now they’re making a cool handset.
It appears that a series of renders and pictures have leaked on the web, showing us pieces of the handset’s design. We’re dealing with a device covered with 2.5D glass at the back and front. The handset is curved and has a minimal bezel, plus what looks like a dual back camera. The Ramos phone will also bring a metal body (probably just the frame), a 4850 mAh battery and I’m sure we’ll see solid specs on board.
After all, what’s the point in making a curved phone with a 2.5D screen if you’re going to give it 1 GB of RAM and a 720p screen? I’m guessing we’re about to get a 5.2 or 5.5 inch smartphone with a Quad HD or Full HD resolution, 3 GB of RAM and a MediaTek or Snapdragon CPU, plus a 13 MP or more back camera, or maybe a dual 8 MP setup like on the Huawei Honor 6 Plus.