Last month, we’d seen a pair of Microsoft’s cancelled Lumia 960 flagship which gave us a good look on the device which Microsoft had planned to release prior to their decision to reduce their mobile efforts during the recent years.
Today, another set of the device’s prototype had surfaced on Chinese Weibo again, this time round showing off more details of the cancelled flagship which features an Aluminum Unibody. According to earlier reports from Windows Central, this handset used to carry a codenamed called Northstar and was previously used as an engineering prototype for developing the Windows 10 Mobile.
Should this handset be announced by Microsoft, it will be coming with a QHD display which is powered by a Snapdragon 820 SoC. The device will also come with a 20MP PureView camera which is accompanied with a LED flashlight on the left. Unlike its Lumia 950 predecessor, the Lumia 960 will have a pair of front-facing speaker instead.
Would you be getting this handset if its not cancelled by Microsoft?