Ever wanted to enjoy Windows phone’s seamless Office integration along with Android’s customizability but refused the idea of carrying both devices? Well, it seems that there is a 'not-so-famous' company in China who’s putting efforts in making a hybrid phone, capable of running both Windows and Android. This Dual boot phone is rumored to be a China only device. We are not likely to see Google and Microsoft shaking hands and partnering up to design such an official handset but Elephone, a Chinese manufacturer has somehow ‘made’ the concept real. The device was first spotted in a trade show event at Hong Kong. The unnamed handset does have impressive specifications too. The version A (Android 5.0 only) has a 4 GB of RAM, 32 GB ROM, 21 MP Sony snapper and a sleek metallic design. It will be powered by a 64bit MediaTek MTK6795 octa-core processor. There are ports around the device which could probable be for Dual-SIM or for an expandable microSD storage. The Dual boot version, Version B will sport an Intel Quad-core SoC, 4 GB of RAM and 32 GB of ROM. The Camera will be a 20.7 MP Sony snapper. The Dual boot variant will be able to run Android 5.0 lollipop and Windows 10. Both variants will feature a 5.5 inch qHD 2K display, battery capacity of 3800 mAh or higher and also a TouchID fingerprint sensor. The Elephone dual boot device is confirmed by many sources. The Android only version is said to launch next month while the Dual boot version will be unveiled in June. It is less likely that the handset will make its way out of China and even if it does, it will take quite a while to reach other regions, including the US.