Earlier today we reported that Chinese company, Hisense, had announced their plans for a Windows Phone handset. Well for those wondering what they had up their sleeves, the company has officially announced their first Windows Phone handset, the MIRA 6. We should point out that the MIRA 6 is hardly the most powerful Windows Phone handset, but given its specs, it might be sold cheap enough for Hisense to capture some of the low-end market.
So, what can customers look forward to in the Hisense MIRA 6? The phone will come with a 5-inch HD display and will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 200 quad-core processor. It will be accompanied by 1GB of RAM and will sport an 8MP rear-facing camera, a 5MP front-facing camera, and will be 4G compatible. It will also come with dual SIM support which apparently is a pretty popular feature over in China and the Asia Pacific region.
Now unfortunately Hisense did not mention how much the MIRA 6 would cost or which regions it would be launching in, however given that Hisense is a Chinese company, there is a good chance that its launch could be limited to China or the Asia Pacific markets, but we’ll be keeping our eyes peeled for more information on a potential worldwide launch, but what do you guys think? How does the MIRA 6 stack up against the competition?
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