While we may or may not have that clear understading about the different operating platforms and the market conditions in recent times, as far as the smartphone business is concerned, but it goes without much saying that the Windows Phone platform has still got to go a long way before it becomes as dominant as the likes of Android and iOS.
However, while we all still wait for that eventful day to come, it seems like the platform could take a different turn in promoting its new devices by making changes to the more physical aspect of things.
According to reports, Microsoft could be experimenting with slim handsets in the likeliness of others in the market so as to make way for its other devices that are set to arrive in the future running the Windows Phone platform.
Recently, Chinese Shenzhen smartphone company NEO posted renders of their NEO M1 handset running Windows Phone in their official forums, as revealed via GizmoChina.com. Apparently, the device is said to arrive with a 5.9mm-thick build.
NEO M1 Highlighted Specifications
The NEO M1 has 5-inch HD screen, 1280x720 pixel display, 1GB RAM and 8GB ROM, 13-megapixel Sony camera and super slim metal body and 2000mAh fixed battery.
Apart from that, although the device is said to run on the 1.3GHz MTK MT6582 quad-core processor, Microsoft is yet announce any kind of support for it.
However, regardless of whatever specifications the device eventually poses, it seems like the handset could easily kick start a generation of slim Windows Phone-operated devices.