New Windows Phone GoFone GFW47 appears with Windows branding

Microsoft appears to be working on Windows branding, as the company is learnt to be shifting their focus to a single “Windows” brand name. This announcement has however not yet made by the company or their partner. According to the latest news, Microsoft is planning to change the name to “Windows” for all devices running on Windows architecture. Also, My Go, a British handset manufacturer is working on its first Windows Phone and the device will appear with “Windows” as brand name.

Windows Phone GoFone GFW47

GoFone GFW47 Windows Phone

GoFone GFW47 is the name given by company and will be the supersized smartphone at a breakthrough price as claimed by the company. On the smartphone microsite, the image of the phone appears along with a full length description appears – which gives us enough information about the device.

The rear image of the device appears with the name “Windows”, GoFone GFW47 is been referred as “time to go Windows”, “Windows GoFone with Xbox” and “your Windows GoFone” on the My-Go website, which is enough for us to guess the future naming nomenclature Microsoft is going to apply.

Windows Phone GoFone GFW47

GoFone GFW47 Specs

  • Operating System: Windows Phone 8.1
  • Display: 4.7” Multi-Touchscreen (1280×720) HD IPS
  • Processor: Qualcommn Snapdragon Quad Core MSM8212 CPU
  • SIM Support: Dual SIM (micro) with Dual Stand by
  • Camera: 2MP (front) & 8 MP (rear) camera with AF LED flash
  • Storage: 8 GB solid-state storage expandable up to 32 GB, 15 GB free One Drive Cloud storage
  • Connectivity: 3G, Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth
  • Battery: 1800 mAh Li-Po

GoFone GFW47 comes pre-loaded with One Drive, Skype, Internet Explorer, Bing search, Find My Phone app, Driving Mode, Xbox, Microsoft Office, GoFone Supersized and social media apps like Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter etc. The Windows Phone app store has lots of apps for all different category which is available on a single click.

The smartphones has many other amazing features and will be the first Windows device to be launched with “Windows” branding, the release date is not yet announced by the company but we are expecting the device it be launched very soon.

Abhishek Shukla is a computer graduate by education, a complete tech freak and a music addict. Playing with software and mobile phones are a part of his hobby. He is currently employed with a multinational company in India.

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