Hisense NANA is the cheapest CDMA/GSM Windows 8.1 mobile device
Hisense, a China based company, has launched its new Windows 8.1 device named Hisense NANA(E260T+). It is the world’s very first Windows 8.1 mobile phone that is having CDMA+GSM dual sim card support. You can even access high speed EVDO internet on your CDMA network. By the help of this new smartphone, you can get everything out of the latest Windows 8.1 because it can be updated to GDR1 update or might be coming along with that. This is the world’s first Windows mobile that is having a Chinese version of Cortana named Huna. We are not sure how much it resembles with Cortana but it will surely detect your voice commands if you know how to speak Chinese language.
In terms of specifications, Hisense Nana comes running on Snapdragon 200 chipset merged with 1GB RAM, a more than enough specs for Windows Mobile. It has 5-inches of HD display that is loaded on unknown battery capacity. With 8GB internal memory, it comes with an option to expand it via micro-SD. Hisense Nana also got 8MP camera on rear and 5MP camera on its front to enhance your selfie experience.
It is expected to come under a price range of $90 with sale date in between coming weeks.