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    If you haven't heard, there's a new Windows phone manufacturer in town.
    That's not just a figure of speech. There is actually a new Windows phone manufacturer right here in my home state of Connecticut. (Go Huskies!) Tidbits have been dripping in about WhartonBrooks, a new Windows phone manufacturer most of us never heard of before last month.

    Clandestine though it may have been CEO Greg Murphy has been laying the foundations over the past two years WhartonBrook's initial press release pulled no punches. They came out swinging and excited many fans with bold claims seasoned with words such as "revolutionary," "innovations" and "emerging mobile technologies that create high growth opportunities."
    Other fans, fearful of getting too excited after feeling burned by the ups and downs associated with being a Windows phone fan, greeted these claims with understandable skepticism.
    Postponing Saturday Meet & Greet event @MicrosoftStore. Supporting partners want to join in-we need time to align schedules-our apologies
    whartonbrooks (@whartonbrooks) September 8, 2016
    The information that has been periodically "dripped" to us from the company's Twitter accounts and website has still left many information-parched fans thirsty for more. Though WhartonBrooks is dedicated to honoring its non-disclosure agreements, they've publicly shared some information about its vision and origins in an attempt to build a reciprocal relationship with potential customers. Building a two-way relationship with consumers is an important part of this unique OEM's mission.

    Full story from the WindowsCentral blog...
    09-26-2016 11:11 AM

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