If you've been waiting for the upcoming Wileyfox Pro with Windows 10 Mobile, we've got some bad news for you. Wileyfox has pushed back the launch date for its Windows 10 Mobile device, now launching on December 18 instead of December 4 like originally planned.
It was recently spotted that the Wileyfox Pro with Windows 10 Mobile would be available directly from Amazon UK on December 4, but now that listing has been silently updated, with a new release date of December 18. You can still pre-order the device if you're interested in grabbing one for £189.99.
Interestingly enough, the Alcatel IDOL 4 Pro also suffered a similar delay of two weeks just days before it was originally supposed to go on sale. Perhaps these Windows phone manufacturers are having trouble getting these devices into the UK for sale? Or maybe demand is so low, there's no real rush to make these devices available.
December 18 is cutting it pretty close to Christmas too, so if you were hoping to get someone the Wileyfox Pro for Christmas, you might have to watch out and hope it gets here in time.
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