The handset isn't the most powerful kid on the block, but the specifications are powerful enough to get you through the day. There's a Snapdragon quad-core on-board, as well as 8GB of internal storage (with microSD expansion), 1GB RAM, 5MP rear main shooter (with front-facing camera), 1950mAh battery, and a 4-inch IPS display.
It's an interesting, yet rather sleek design for an affordable Windows Phone, and one we imagine will sell well in targeted markets. The Griffe W1 will set purchasers back by 8800 DA ($90).
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