There’s nothing like starting off your Tuesday morning with a little bit of a rumor to get it going. According to WPDang, Chinese handset manufacturer Oppo, the current maker of the thinnest smartphone in the world, is looking to hop on board the Windows Phone train in 2013. If you’ve never heard of the company before it’s because they’re not as large as Huawei or even ZTE, but their reputation precedes them for low cost but stylish devices.
The thinnest phone in the world is pictured above, but still features a 1.5Ghz dual-core Qualcomm processor, 1GB of RAM and still managed to cost less than $400. For those of you who said the Lumia 900 felt too thick, if Oppo throws their hat into the ring we think you’ll have a viable alternative if the devices are made available outside of China.