We may learn more about the mysterious WhartonBrooks Windows 10 Mobile phone on Sept. 10
WhartonBrooks, the company that announced in August plans to launch a Windows 10 Mobile phone, will hold a "meet and greet" event at a Microsoft Store in Connecticut on Sept. 10.
The company revealed its event plans on its Facebook page:
So far, WhartonBrooks has been keeping most of the details about the phone to itself, but claiming that it will "radically change the mobile computing industry." In addition, WhartonBrooks has launched its own podcast, with two episodes so far. The podcast features the company's president and CEO Greg Murphy and its Chief Strategy and Planning Officer Derek Egerman. In the first episode, Murphy talks in general about the features for the phone, which he says can be used as a PC and tablet, as well as a smartphone. He also hinted that the phone will come with its own built-in kickstand, and that it will have advanced camera features.
The second episode has both Murphy and Egerman talking about the beginnings of their phone plans. Apparently, the original plan was to create Windows apps, but they changed and WhartonBrooks decided to go all out to make a Windows 10 Mobile phone.
Hopefully we will actually get some concrete details about WhartonBrooks's Windows 10 Mobile phone at this event next week.
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By Jez Corden