Android-powered Elephone “Vowney” will come in Windows 10 Mobile flavor

Elephone has been a Chinese OEM we’ve been tracking for a bit with some boundary-pushing devices. Included in its roster is the “Vowney,” which came out in May of this year with a spectacular set of specs behind Android. We’re talking about it once again, this time with even beefier specs and a change in operating system.

Version A of the Vowney, the Android 5.0 phone, featured a 5.5-inch QHD display, 3GB RAM with 64GB flash storage, a 21-megapixel Sony sensor, a 3,850mAh battery and a MediaTek MT6795 processor (octa-core at 2.2GHz). There’s also a rear fingerprint scanner.

Version B of this supposedly brings much of the same as version A, but the battery capacity goes up to 4,200mAh, storage bumps to 64GB and the software could be “either Windows 10 or Android 5.0 Lollipop.” The wording on this is kinda iffy, so we could be looking at a Windows 10 Mobile device, an Android device or a dual-booter.

We’re going to have to see how much of this we can confirm in front of the conspicuous release date of October 10.

Source: Elephone Mobile
Via: GSMArena

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