Moly W5 to be released on April 13 for $199
The affordable Windows 10 phone comes in a beautiful package
The Chinese company Coship has revealed its second Windows 10 Phone called Moly W5. The new device will be sold unlocked in the US after April 13, and the phone will work with GSM carriers like AT&T and T-Mobile. CDMA carriers like Verizon and Sprint are not supported.
Moly W5 offers a similar design to the mid-range Moly X1 ($299), but the W5 comes with a reduction in specs and price ($199). The new phone looks like a competitor of the Lumia 650, mainly because of its hardware – a Snapdragon 210 CPU with 1 GB of RAM, and a 5-inch HD screen. The new Moly has a 2250 mAh battery, 8MP +2MP cameras, 8GB internal storage, and a microSD expansion slot.
You can buy both the Moly W5 and X1 via Amazon US. Both phones may also appear in other markets under different names, because Coship is an ODM that produces phones for other companies.