Windows 10 Mobile, which is technically just going to be called Windows 10, will launch sometime this fall. That’s when we expect Microsoft to introduce a new family of products that run its latest operating system, and we’re starting to learn more about what to expect as launch nears.
Code spotted by the AdDuplex ad network recently points to two new unreleased smartphones, including a model with a 5.2-inch 1080p display and another device with a much sharper 2560 x 1440-pixel screen. That’s Quad HD, which would mark the first time any Windows device sports that kind of resolution.
The size of the screen isn’t mentioned, but WMPowerUser suspects this might be the Lumia 940 XL we’ve heard about, which will reportedly pack a 5.7-inch display. An Iris scanner and stylus are also reportedly in the works for that device, so it’s turning out to be pretty exciting.
We’ll keep our ears to the ground as the Windows 10 for phones launch nears for any additional news. Want a closer look at what Windows 10 for phones looks like now? Check out the gallery below: