Two new Windows phones you won’t buy
Today, we can add two new companies to the list with the OEMs that are now part of the Windows family. Fly is a Russian-based company selling its devices in Eastern Europe and Asia. Celkon is based in India and is relatively popular with its cheap Android (and now Windows Phone) devices. Unfortunately, these two manufacturers named Fly and Celkon don’t offer anything special and we have two conventional budget devices with similar appearances and specs from the very low-end Windows Phone segment.
‘Fly IQ400W ERA Windows‘ comes with a strange name and typical specs in accordance with Qualcomm’s low-end reference design. The phone measures in at 125.5 x 65 x 10.7 mm and weighs 119 g. There is a Snapdragon 200 processor inside running at 1.2 GHz with just 512 MB of RAM. Fronted by a 4-inch WVGA screen, the Era Windows Phone surprises only with its capacitive buttons but nothing else. 4GB of storage, microSD slot, 5MP camera with LED flash and VGA front camera, Dual SIM, and a 1500 mAh battery, can tell us there is nothing remarkable in this Windows phone. For those curious of the price – it is around £64 converted from Rubbles.
‘Celkon Win 400’ is the second new Windows phone that comes with the same specs like the ‘Russian device’. The Win 400 should go on sale in India through the popular online retailer Snapdeal.