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New Windows 10 Mobile device with Snapdragon 615 & 1080p display seen on GFXBench

Quanta MTP8952

A new Windows Phone or rather Windows 10 Mobile running smartphone titled Quanta MTP8952 has been seen on GFXBench by one of our readers and it does look interesting.

The device looks like an ideal mid-ranger with Snapdragon 615 Octa-Core processor and 4.7-inch, 1080p display. The GPU is Adreno 405 and while rear camera details are not revealed, it may have a 2 MP FFC. It may also have 2 GB RAM as the listing usually shows the free RAM available. The internal storage may be 16 GB and it may be a good phone for those looking for good specifications in a relatively smaller phone.

While the name Quanta may refer to a Phone vendor it may or may not be a model by company of the same name as we have seen in past that listings may have vague name sometimes. This listing on GFXBench is dated 14th October.

Listing

Thanks Moten for the tip. Cheers!!

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  • DH Dog

    4.7″ with >SD410 is perfect for me. If more rumors come up until the 950, I’ll probably get this one.

    • Kamal

      yeah, many wud like that and that’s why I posted it. Let’s see what more we can report.

      • DH Dog

        And now there are rumors about the surface phone which i’m also interested in. At the beginning of this year I had nothing to choose and now I can’t decide…

  • José F. Teixeira

    good news. “low cost” with Continuum??

  • Danny Dodge

    How does the sd615 compare to the sd800?

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