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WhartonBrooks’ groundbreaking phone is just Coship Moly with a better processor

celurean moment

The Cerulean Moment hopes to raise $1.1 million in a month

The unknown company WhartonBrooks had an ambitious plan to create a new Windows Phone for the fans, claiming that this phone would be disruptive and ground breaking. But after months in waiting and two launch delays, the company officially unveiled a device that is simply an improved Coship Moly Х1 with a better processor.

WhartonBrooks’ phone is called the Cerulean Moment, but the device may not even see a daylight if the crowdfunding campaign on IndieGoGo fail to raise at least $1.1 million for 40 days, which is quite an ambitions plan considering the unfortunate fate of the NuAns Neo.

The phone itself is not bad, but it’s far away from ground breaking if don’t count the Continuum feature announced with the Lumia 950 in late 2015. The Cerulean Moment will cost $290 for the first 750 users, and then $299 for everyone if the campaign is successful.

Here are the specs of the Cerulean Moment by WhartonBrooks:

  • Display: 5-inch FullHD display, Gorilla Glass 3
  • Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon 617
  • RAM: 3 GB
  • Memory: 32 GB, expandable via MicroSD card
  • Camera: 13 megapixel with LED flash, front camera: 5 megapixels
  • Connectivity: Wi-Fi ac, Dual SIM
  • Battery: 2250 mAh, not replaceable
  • Dimensions 142.4 x 71.4 x 7.6mm
  • 144 grams