Lenovo had earlier announced that it has no plans to build a Windows Phone or Windows 10 Mobile. But currently a Lenovo Manufactured and Branded Phone SoftBank 503LV is being launched for Windows Phone fans in the Japan market.

The Mobile is expected to be released in the Japanese Market Next Week Nov 11th to be precise.

Below are the specifications of the Lenovo Manufactured SoftBank 503LV:

  • Maximum communication speed (downlink / uplink) ※ 1 112.5Mbps 2 /37.5Mbps
    Size (width × height × thickness) / Weight About 71.4 × 142.4 × 7.7mm (excluding protrusions) / about 143g
    Continuous talk time /
    continuous standby time ※ 3
    W-CDMA network About 10 hours / about 265 hours
    GSM network About 9 hours / about 200 hours
    FDD-LTE network – / About 190 hours
    AXGP network – / About 205 hours
    display About 5.0 inches HD (1,280 × 720 dot)
    TFT LCD (up to 1,677 million colors)
    Mobile camera
    (the number of pixels / type)
    Main Effective pixel count about 800 million pixels / CMOS
    sub Number of effective pixels of about 500 million pixels / CMOS
    Waterproof / dustproof
    Bluetooth® Ver.4.0
    External memory / Recommended Capacity microSDXC card (sold separately) / up to 128GB
    Built-in memory ROM 32GB
    RAM 3GB
    CPU (the number of clocks / chip) Okutakoa (1.5GHz × 4 + 1.2GHz × 4) / MSM8952
    Battery capacity 2,250mAh
    Wi-Fi (corresponding standard, frequency) IEEE 802.11 a / b / g / n / ac (2.4GHz, 5GHz)
    OS Windows 10 Mobile
    Color black

The device also supports Continuum for phones, and just like most of the recent Windows 10 Mobile devices, it’ll be targeted towards businesses.

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