Funker W6.0 Pro 2 launched, a mid-range Continuum-capable phablet

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Officially launched in Spain is a new Windows 10 Mobile phablet, the 'Funker W6.0 Pro 2' (rolls off the tongue, doesn't it?!) - it's meaty enough to be Continuum compatible, even if it's not quite up to the spec level of the Lumia 950 XL etc.

Funker W6.0 Pro2

From Funker (in slightly awkward English, thanks to Google Translate!):

Experience the Windows 10 convergence you always imagined

The new Funker W6.0 has come to revolutionize the way you interact with your smartphone. With its 6 "screen Full HD, any PC task as computing, documentation, messaging, games or multimedia applications are available in your pocket. The W6.0 is a small PC as well as a fantastic phone with amazing features..

Here are the specifications of the W6.0 Pro 2:

  • Aluminium unibody construction
  • LTE/3G/GSM
  • 160 x 82 x 8mm, 176g
  • 6" IPS 1080p display, Gorilla Glass 3
  • Snapdragon 617 processor
  • 3GB RAM
  • 32GB storage plus microSD
  • 3900mAh battery
  • microUSB data/charge
  • 13MP main camera
  • 5MP front camera
  • virtual (not capacitive) Windows controls
  • Continuum-capable via Miracast/Microsoft Connect (etc.) to an external secondary display


There's no mention of biometrics and no sign of a fingerprint sensor, but it's possible that iris recognition might be in that top front camera cluster - we'll have to wait and see! Also, the render above makes no sense, in that the right hand side of the handset is shown twice, with different button layouts - methinks someone in Funker's art department decided to prioritise image symmetry over accuracy! Oh well..

Great to see yet another Continuum-capable handset, especially down in the mid-range here. With the huge Continuum/Connect upgrades to all Windows 10 laptops/desktops this summer, the more compatible handsets in the world to hook up to these, the better!

Funker, in case you were wondering, is a Spanish brand started in 2010 - they also do the W5.5 Pro, running Windows 10 Mobile, plus half a dozen Android smartphones and some hybrids, one running Windows 10.