A new “Windows 10 Mobile” powered smartphone that looks every bit of a high-end Android device is gearing up for release. The phone in focus is the new “Elephone Vowney.” The company Elephone has reportedly promised to “dual-boot Android and Windows 10 Mobile” in compatible hardware platform.

As far as the key Elephone Vowney specifications go, the handset comes as two versions: One of the models comes powered by an octa-core Mediatek MT6795 SoC and it runs on Android OS. The second variant is powered by a quad-core Intel processor and this model can boot either Windows 10 Mobile or Android 5.0 Lollipop OS.

While the Android-only model of the Elephone Vowney sports a super cool 20.7 MP rear-facing camera unit, the Windows 10 variant flaunts a 20 MP sensor. Speaking of battery specification, the Android device houses a solid 3,800 mAh cell, whereas the Windows 10 model features a humongous 4,200 mAh unit.

Other than the aforementioned differences, both the variants of Elephone Vowney apparently share the same specifications and features. The device carries a 5.5-inch display, packed with a QHD screen resolution. The Vowney apparently gives 95 percent NTSC color saturation, guaranteeing stellar viewing experience.

The device has a 3 GB RAM on board and comes equipped with 64 GB of built-in storage space. The icing on the cake, however, is the housed fingerprint scanner on the rear of the handset.

The Elephone Vowney price, on the other hand, is quoted to be just $299. The Android-only model can be preordered now. The official Website says the preordered handset will be shipped starting Sept. 30. For the Windows 10 variant, the release date has been reportedly set for Oct. 10, says GSM Arena.