RMQ2018, Win10 smartphone with Android Lollipop variant, launches in China for $130
If you thought that the world is slowing down on Windows 10 smartphones, think again because a new one just launched now and is available for sale in the Chinese market. The device is named RMQ5018 and has a Qualcomm Snapdragon 210 SoC integrated under the 5 inch screen.
Going further down the hood, there is no missing the 1GB of RAM that has been alloted for multi-tasking and other processing functions and the storage needs is taken care of by the 8GB free space.
The cameras are rated at pixels of 8MP on the back and the selfie lovers have not been forgotten with the rather small 2MP adorning the front of the smartphone. Should you wish to employ the services of double SIMs on your mobile, this one has you covered and out of the box, you can also get a variant that runs the Android Lollipop 5.1.
You have the option to choose between yellow and black colour variants for the roughly $130 device and you get an IP68 certification (protection against water damage) as well as a 3200mAh battery to keep you juiced.
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