WhartonBrooks postpones meet and greet event promoting their upcoming Windows 10 Mobile phone

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One week ago, WhartonBrooks announced that it was set to promote and talk about its Windows 10 Mobile device journey at an event in a Connecticut Microsoft Store on September 10th. The company has just announced that it has called off the event, with no word on a new date (Via WindowsCentral)

As seen above, the announcement of the cancellation was first made on the company’s Twitter page. WhartonBrooks, nonetheless promised for a Windows 10 smartphone which would, “radically change the mobile computing industry.” Not many details on the would be Windows 10 “Cerulean” smartphone are available, other than a supposed picture of a device (which could be anything) and a press release complete with buzzwords which are all too familiar to Windows Phone fans.  A sign-up form to “be among the first to pre-order our smartphone in the fall of 2016,” nonetheless, is available on the WhartonBrooks website.

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