YEZZ announces the Windows Phone 8.1 Billy 4.7 smartphone
When it comes to the world of smartphones, two mobile operating systems dominate the landscape at the moment – iOS from Apple, and Google’s Android. Microsoft’s Windows Phone platform has managed to overtake BlackBerry OS for quite some time already, and while it is nestled comfortably in third place, this does not mean that it is about to challenge the top two anytime soon. Well, here is a Windows Phone 8.1-powered handset that is not from Nokia, now how about that for a change? YEZZ has announced their Billy 4.7 device that comes wrapped in lightweight aluminum.
The Billy 4.7 happens to be a dual-SIM device which will merge modern design, high quality materials as well as top notch performance in a single device. YEZZ intends to expand their footprint in the US within the shortest time possible, and have also set their eyes on Europe as well, where they intend to make sure that they do not get left behind in the mobile industry.
The extremely slim Billy 4.7 will be powered by a powerful Snapdragon quad-core processor, where it ought to be able to pack quite a punch to handle just about any kind of apps, games, and browsing workload that you throw in its direction. Apart from that, it will also boast of a 13.1MP camera at the back, a stunning 4.7-inch IPS screen with OGS technology and 1280×720 HD resolution, 4G HSPA+ connectivity with HSDPA+ 42.2 Mbps data speed, and a dual-SIM slot as mentioned earlier, letting you separate both work and social life on a single handset.
The Billy 4.7 will measure just 7.2mm slim, where it boasts of curved edges, a glossy finish and scratch resistant Gorilla Glass 2. Expect it to play nice with the likes of GSM networks, where the unlocked Billy 4.7 smartphone will arrive with a trio of interchangeable covers that are available in red, white and blue shades. It has been priced to please – we are looking at $249 a pop, and it ought to arrive globally at the end of this month.