UK-based company My Go launches a 4.7-inch Windows Phone
My Go is the newest member of the ever growing Windows family. The US-based manufacturer has just unveiled its first Windows Phone dubbed GoFone GF47W.
Their first Windows device looks quite similar to Yezz Billy 4.7 with a super slim body and a circular home button instead of the Windows logo. The phone weighs just 95 grams and measures in at 135 x 61 x 7.2mm. Phone’s innards are also quite similar to those in the Billy 4.7.
Up front is the 4.7-inch screen with a 1280 x 800p resolution while the processor is the budget-oriented Snapdragon 200 at 1.0 GHz. There are two cameras on board – 8MP on the back and a 2MP front-facing shooter. Other key specs include microSD, 8Gb storage, and dual SIM.
The GoFone looks like an acceptable mid-range device on paper but its real performance remains a mystery. After some negative early reviews of the Billy 4.7 reporting underpowered processor resulting to noticeable lag while scrolling through menus, and confusing Android-like button labeling, we hope that My Go has done a better job with its Windows phone.
My Go has not specified the pricing of this Windows Phone, but it could cost around 200 EUR. More info about GoFone GF47W can be seen here.