After the Katana 01, another Windows 10-powered smartphone has surfaced in Japan. Dubbed EveryPhone, the device is manufactured by local OEM Yamada Denki, and will start retailing tomorrow – November 28.
Specs-wise, the handset is powered by a Snapdragon 410 SoC, and sports a 5.5 inch 720P display. It comes 2GB RAM and 32GB expandable internal memory, and packs in a 2,600 mAh battery. In terms of camera, the EveryPhone features a 13MP rear unit and a 5MP front shooter.
The smartphone weighs in at 138.6 gms and measures 154.8mm x 78.6 mm x 6.9mm, making it the thinnest Windows Mobile handset ever, matching the Apple iPhone 6s.
As for the price, the device carries a tag of JPY 39,800 (around $325) – it’ll also available on a regular two-year contract for JPY 1791 ($14) per month. First 3,000 buyers will also get a Bluetooth keyboard and a screen protector (worth a total of $45) for free.
The EveryPhone will be available for purchase from LABI, Tecc Land, Best Denki, Tsukumo, Yamada mobile, Matsuyadenki, as well as from Yamada’s own website.