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VAIO Announces Their Windows 10 Mobile, Named Phone Biz

VAIO has just announced their new device, named Phone Biz with the new operating system, Windows 10 Mobile. Phone Biz is their first Windows 10 Mobile in the smartphone business. By relying on the famous VAIO brand, which they print on the rear case, they are trying to offer a device with great productivity as it’s promised by Windows 10 Mobile.

The first impression is that that this device reminds us to VAIO laptop. The processor Snapdragon 617 Octa core place Phone Biz in the mid-range smartphone category. The plus point, this device comes with Continuum feature to support the user productivity with their PC experience.

Although it uses a mid-range processor, its memory is pretty big, 3GB. Its display has a full HD 1080p resolution in 5.5-inch to get 401 ppi display density. The other thing is, Phone Biz uses the aluminum silver case so it looks premium.

If you are a VAIO’s fan and want to try the other Windows 10 Mobile besides Lumia, you have to wait until April. Phone Biz is offered for about ¥50,000 (USD 424) unlocked, and they are also partnering with Japanese carrier NTT Docomo to include various applications and network support.

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