Yesterday, WhartonBrooks revealed their first Windows 10 Mobile which is basically rebranded Corship mobile. While Corship sold it for $399 in mid 2016, Celeron Moment is available for $290 in Indiegogo.
WhartonBrooks is planning to sell at least 3900 phones to reach their $1.1 million goal in 30 days. IF they fail to get $1.1 million in funding then the campaign is going to be canceled. Lets take a look at the specification –
- Processor – Qualcomm Snapdragon 617
- Ram – 3 GB
- Storage – 32GB
- Display – 5 inch 720p HD
- Camera – 13 MP Rear and 5 MP Front
- Battery – 2250 mAh
The phone also supports LTE, DUEL sim slot and is protected by Gorilla Glass 3. You can back them on Indiegogo here.
VIA – MSPU