France-based ARCHOS has announced one of the first smartphones that will be released with Windows 10 Mobile installed. The 5-inch ARCHOS 50 Cesium phone is coming out sometime in November for £99.
The hardware specs on the ARCHOS 50 Cesium are, as expected, mostly on the low-end of the smartphone spectrum:
- Display - 5-inch 1280x720
- Processor - Qualcomm Snapdragon 210 quad-core CPU at 1GHz
- RAM - 1GB
- Internal storage - 8GB
- Expandable storage - microSD card slot for up to 32GB
- Rear camera - 8MP
- Front camera - 2MP
- Battery - 2100mAh
ARCHOS plans to show the phone as part of its IFA 2015 lineup next week in Berlin. Windows Central will be there with first-hand reports from the show floor.
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