For the first time, Lenovo has unveiled a Windows-based smartphone, namely SoftBank 503LV. The device is currently available only in Japan and there are rumors that it will not be released in the other counties. Lenovo SoftBank 503LV is a suitable device with a curved body.
As per details, Chinese smartphone manufacturing company, Lenovo has partnered with Microsoft and SoftBank to introduce a smartphone that runs on Microsoft’s latest Windows 10 operating system.
It’s a strange step by the company as most of the people that use Windows-based devices are now switching to either Android or the iOS-based smartphones.
The new SoftBank 503LV features a 5-inch 720p display, 3GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage. Its camera setup includes a rather modest 8MP primary shooter and a 5MP selfie shooter. 2,250 mAh battery powers the device.
The smartphone also supports Bluetooth 4.1, with advanced 4G-LTE technology for communication. Moreover, it also supports Wi-Fi.
Lenovo SoftBank 503LV comes with the 1.5GHz Octa-Core Qualcomm Snapdragon 617 chipset, which is a blazing fast processor and manages almost all the tasks efficiently.
Lenovo has not officially announced whether it has the plan to release this device in the other countries.