We reported earlier on a 7 inch Windows Phone being tested in China – the Ramos Q7 – and today, the device has just been certified by China’s TENAA.What this means is that the device should be seeing a launch in the next future, perhaps in September with the launch of Windows 10 Mobile.
The expected specs of this device according to WBI are a 7-inch 720p screen, a Quad-core Snapdragon processor pared with 1 GB of RAM, 16 GB of internal storage and a middling pair of 5 and 2 MP cameras. No mention of battery capacity or external storage is made.
The Q7 will run with Windows Phone 8.1 on board.Bluetooth, WiFi an USB are also confirmed and the design certainly feels like a phone, more than a tablet. I also see that we’re getting big front side speakers, that look quite hot. Below the screen there are 3 capacitive buttons, that feel a bit obsolete right now.