One of the phone manufacturers in Japan, Yamada Denki, has produced a new Windows 10 phone, called EveryPhone. The device has 138.6 g of weight and dimensions 154.8 x 78.6 x 6.9 mm, making it the thinnest Windows 10 phone ever. Its thickness is almost similar to iPhone 6s.
The phone is powered by a Snapdragon 410 SoC, which place it under a mid-range performance. The display size is 5.5 inch with 720 p display resolution. EveryPhone has a quite big memory, 2GB of RAM and supports up to 32GB expandable memory. When it comes to its camera, this phone has a quite good camera, 13 megapixel for rear camera, and 5 megapixel for selfie camera. The last but not least, EveryPhone has 2,600mAh battery capacity, but not sure how many hours it can be used for standby time.
EveryPhone is available at LABI, Tecc Lad, Best Denki, Tsukumo, Yamada mobile, and Matsuyadenki for 39,800 JPY or around $325. You can also get this phone with 2 years contract for 1791 JPY or $14 per month. Moreover, the first 3,000 buyers will also get a Bluetooth keyboard and a screen protector worth a total of $45 for free.
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