Microsoft has just announced a new Windows device that will be compatible with Nokia’s MeeGo platform, and it will feature a Microchip technology chip.
Microsoft says that the MeePass will be the first Microsoft phone to be built on the Microchip platform.
It’s not clear what Microchip is or how it works, but it has a lot of advantages over the Snapdragon 810 and Exynos 8890 chips that Microsoft already makes.
The Meepass has an 8-megapixel camera with 720p video capture and 4K video recording.
Microsoft is also using Microchip’s Smartcard technology, which is a solution to allow devices to be integrated into the OS without needing to be re-branded.
The new MeePaid smartphone will be available in a two-year limited edition, and Microsoft is targeting mid-March at launch.