UK-based smartphone and tablet OEM My Go could be about to officially launch their first Windows Phone product, the GoFone GF47W, according to a recently discovered webpage that apparently was not supposed to go live to the public.
The page has "CONFIDENTIAL Internal Use Only" in big bright red letters on top, but it looks like the company's webmaster forgot to turn on any kind of security for the page. In any case, the site has the hardware states for the My Go GoFone GF47W. As with the many Windows Phone products that were announced and shown off at IFA last week in Berlin, this one looks like it will be a budget based device. Since this is a site that is not supposed to be seen by the public, it's possible that the hardware specs shown are not fully set in stone and could change before it is released.
Based on what the page says, the phone have a 4.7-inch screen with a resolution of 1280x720 and will be 7.2mm thick. Inside there will be a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 200 processor with a clock speed of 1GHz, 1GB of RAM and 8GB of onboard storage. It will also have an eight megapixel rear camera and a two megapixel front facing camera and it will support dual SIMs.
In other words, the My Go GoFone GF47W isn't much to write home about in terms of its hardware. The leaked website has no listing of a price or a launch date for this device so we will have to see if the company offers up a low enough price for customers to try it out. What do you think of this latest addition to the Windows Phone hardware ecosystem?