Windows Phone is slowly gaining popularity with more manufacturers announcing their power from the mobile operating system from Microsoft devices.
Recently, several small manufacturers like Micromax, Lava, and more, have announced their Windows Phone devices, but they are not alone. In February, at the Mobile World Congress, Microsoft announced that LG would be on the front of the stage as partner manufacturers of Windows Phone, and after several years during which the South Korean company does no release of smartphones powered by the Microsoft OS. ut a new rumor suggests that LG could make a comeback in the arena of Windows Phone with its own smartphone soon.
The LG device come with a 5-inch display sporting a resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels and will be powered by the latest Windows Phone 8.1 as the operating system. This might be a Windows Phone to mid-range device, but nothing is confirmed at this stage.
And well, that’s all we have for the LG D635 at the moment, but if there is, more details will follow in the coming months. Anyway, it’s pretty clear that this is supposed to be a midrange smartphone (so probably affordable).
We would inform you if something new about this mysterious LG device powered by Windows Phone 8.1 loomed on the canvas.