At last week’s Computex in Taiwan, Wistron has been showing of its Windows Phone reference design device called Wistron Tiger Windows Phone. It’s a phablet with a massive 6.45-inch full HD screen, Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 quad-core chip and aluminum construction. In addition, we see front-facing speakers and the “lack” of navigation and camera buttons, hinting us this baby is made for Windows Phone 8.1 which no longer requires hardware buttons (unlike the previous release – Windows Phone 8).
Now, we’ve no idea whether some OEM will pick it up and eventually launch a device based on this reference design. It certainly sounds appealing, and we’re hoping to see it in a “live” device in the near future. Meanwhile, we have the short Wistron Tiger Windows Phone hands-on video to show you, compliments of Mobilegeeks.de. Check it out.