According to drwindows, the Windows 10 Mobile from HP, which is well-known with a codename Falcon, reportedly will be exhibited at MWC. The device has been shown up in GFXbench with interesting specification. In that benchmark, the device has 5.8-inch with 1440p resolution and uses a Quad core Snapdragon CPU with GPU Adreno 530. The CPU that they are going to use is the latest one from Qualcomm, Snapdragon 820. When it comes to the camera, Falcon will adopt a 20 megapixel rear and a 12 megapixel for its front facing camera. The odd thing from that benchmark is a small memory size, only 1GB. It’s not the typical of Windows 10 Mobile flagship, which usually uses at least 3GB, like we can find on Lumia 950 XL.
Mobile World Congress (MWC) will be held between February 22 and February 25 next year. The report, however, notes that HP is yet to take a final call on whether or not to go ahead with the project. If we see the CPU specification, this Windows phone likely will become the rival of Lumia 950 XL.
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