Rear: 4MP "UltraPixel", 1/3" sensor, f/2.0 aperture, 28 mm lens, 1080p video, depth sensorFront: 5MP, wide angle, 1080p video
Accelerometer, gyroscope, digital compass, proximity sensor, ambient light sensor, NFC
146.4 mm × 70.6 mm × 9.4 mm
By moving to on-screen buttons, the same basic hardware can be used for both Android and Windows Phone. Combine that with the new zero-dollar licensing for Windows Phone, and creating Windows Phone hardware should be a no-brainer for phone OEMs: design one piece of hardware and sell it with two different operating systems.
The first phone we saw to take advantage of this wasn't, in fact, an Android handset. It was Nokia's low-end Lumia 630. While this was Android-spec hardware, with on-screen buttons and without the characteristic Windows Phone camera button, it was a phone that was designed from the outset for Windows Phone.