The little-known British company Emperion introduced the Nebulus smartphone, which has two operating systems: full Windows 10 on the ARM architecture and Android. On top of that, the novel idea functions on an un-named ARM processor chip Qualcomm-Snapdragon.
Nebulus is equipped with a 6.19-inch Cosmos screen, two main 13-megapixel Emperion OptiX cameras and a 10.5-megapixel front camera, as well as a 128 GB flash drive (expandable up to 2 terabytes). The battery is very capacious – 6000 mAh.
In Nebulus, two OSes are adjacent to each other: users can freely switch between them without rebooting the device. From the Google Play services (YouTube, Gmail, maps, and others), the developers refused, citing security concerns. However, users can run desktop Windows applications, switch to desktop mode by connecting a smartphone to the monitor, and download new programs from the Microsoft store.
The firm said that they performed tightly with Microsof company in the creation of the gadget. They could not use Windows 10X – this system is intended only for Intel processors.
The distribution of Nebulus smartphone is planned for this calendar year. Customers can buy it for 549 pounds (about 652 Euros).
Microsoft on its own has frequently attempted to grasp the mobile phone OS marketplace, however to no avail. In 10th of December 2019, the company ceased client support for Windows 10 Mobile and recommended the user to switch to devices with Android and iOS.