Coship Moly X1 is now available for pre-orders from Amazon
A premium-looking Windows 10 Phone for $299
Do you remember the ultra-thin phone called Moly X1? It was first demonstrated in 2015 with Windows Phone 8.1, but the OEM/ODM company Coship eventually decided to wait for Windows 10 Mobile and release the device with the new OS on board.
Coship Moly X1 is already up for pre-orders at Amazon via a third-party retailer who will be shipping the phone on January 25. The price is $299, and for that you will get a fairly good-looking device with typical mid-range specs.
The Moly X1 with Windows 10 mobile has a quad-core Snapdragon 410 processor with 2 GB of RAM, while the display is a 5.5-inch one with a Full-HD resolution. You will also find 16GB of storage, sealed 2600mAh battery, microSD expansion, 13MP + 5MP cameras, and supported network frequencies: 3G WCDMA:Band 1/8 / 4G FDD-LTE: Band 3/7/8/20. That means the phone works with GSM carriers like AT&T and T-Mobile, but is not compatible with Verizon and Sprint.
Coship is also an ODM (Original design manufacturer) company that produces devices for other firms for sale under their brands. That means we can see the MolyX1 under different names in other markets very soon.
You can pre-order the Moly X1 from Amazon using this link.