The WhartonBrooks Cerulean Moment is actually a nice little Windows phone. But it's arriving on the scene at the wrong time. Here is what the company got right, and wrong, and what Microsoft should do.
WhartonBrooks new Windows phone, the Cerulean Moment, did not receive the reception from the fan base that many people expected. Could the company be targeting the wrong segment of the Windows phone user base?
Windows phone company WhartonBrooks has long been shrouded in secrecy. Many Windows phone fans have awaited more information. Critics have denounced its legitimacy. This exclusive is a comprehensive look at the company and its new phone.
WhartonBrooks wants Cerulean phones to be the next Lumias. This small Windows phone startup wants to dominate the Windows phone market through growing is slice of the pie with accessible phones. Can they pick up will Lumia left off?
Questions abound about WhartonBrooks, that mysterious smartphone manufacturer promising Windows phone users a new phone this Fall. Well, we've finally connected with the man behind the plan, Greg Murphy, himself!
On August 22, 2016 WhartonBrooks issued a press release introducing its Cerulean phones as tools that would introduce disruptive technology. This company has since been the subject of many questions but has remained shrouded in mystery. That is, until now.