A new, 7-inch Windows Phone was revealed at the Hong Kong Electronics Fair this week by Chinese manufacturer, Ramos. The rather large device, called the Ramos Q7, was seen running Windows Phone 8.1, though lacked any truly impressive tech specs to accompany its impressive size.
The rear and front-facing cameras were only 5MP and 2MP respectively and the LCD screen appeared quite outdated with its 1280x720 resolution, especially for a phone with a screen this size that really stretches the image.
The Ramos Q7 also features 1GB of RAM and 16 GB of internal storage and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 200 processor with a 1.2-1.4 GHz clock speed. This was just a preview of the device so no price or release date information has been revealed yet.
Windows Phones continue to gain traction in China. In a recent study it was revealed that Mandarin Chinese is now the third most used language by Windows Phone users and China now ranks among the highest when it comes to Windows Phone app downloads.