Connecticut-based WhartonBrooks plans to launch a Windows 10 Mobile phone
A Connecticut-based company called WhartonBrooks has announced plans this week to release a Windows 10 Mobile phone sometime later this fall. The details of this device have yet to be revealed.
The company's press release offers some broad info on their plans, which they claim will "radically change the mobile computing industry." WhartonBrooks seems to suggest that their phone will target the business and enterprise markets, much like the HP Elite x3, with plans to offer a wireless display adapter so that the phone can connect to a large screen and be used like a Windows 10 PC.
Hopefully we will learn more about WhartonBrooks's Windows 10 Mobile phone in the near future.
WhartonBrooks Set to Launch Windows Phone
Ground breaking technologies from WhartonBrooks coming in the Fall of 2016
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The current approach to balancing work, home, and play is to just add more and more devices. That raises the question… Is "more" better? Not always. There are times when less is more. With less devices, a person's balancing act (multiple devices) can be simplified. We aim to simplify the computing you do at work, home, and while on the go. Fluid computing is our vision for helping you be productive, be creative, and have fun. We have the one device that takes care of all your needs. It changes with you throughout the day to meet your office and personal needs in every Moment. With our products, coming this fall, we have teamed up with Microsoft and Qualcomm to develop technologies that will allow you to use your smartphone as a PC, a tablet, and even make phone calls.
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The innovations we are bringing to our devices will be the most disruptive since the advent of the smartphone in 2000. The key to our success is the incorporation of your feedback into our products. We want you to love our products and enjoy the experience. Our customers (current and future) have direct access to our engineers, developers, and support teams. This technological disruption (our new path for consumers) is guiding the development of WhartonBrooks and our Cerulean smartphones. With an unbelievable drive to succeed, WhartonBrooks strives to create the best devices for our customers.
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