Wileyfox brand lives on, as another British smartphone manufacturer signs licensing deal
British smartphone vendor Wileyfox has managed to escape liquidation following a formal administration procedure and licensing agreement with compatriot STK.
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British phone manufacturer Wileyfox enters administration, dissolution just one step away
Similar to bankruptcy, the “administration” procedure will see Wileyfox make a last-ditch effort to survive in the uber-competitive smartphone world.
Wileyfox Pro with Windows 10 Mobile goes up for pre-order in the UK ahead of December 4 release
Windows 10 Mobile is still alive… barely, although it would certainly help the losing cause if the Wileyfox Pro wasn’t so wildly overpriced.
Microsoft could be involved in Wileyfox Pro, a Windows 10 Mobile phone
Don’t be impressed, though. The specs are low-end and there’s no way it could run Continuum. So, what’s this phone for? Why is it at IFA 2017?
Wileyfox Swift updated with Cyanogen-less Android 7.1.1
Wileyfox pulls through on an Android Nougat update a little late, coping with the demise of Cyanogen with a little of its own software design.
Budget-friendly Wileyfox Swift 2 X juices up screen size, resolution, and battery capacity
It oddly still runs Cyanogen OS, but otherwise, the Wileyfox Swift 2 X appears to offer solid bang for buck, at least on British shores.
Wileyfox after Cyanogen: Android Nougat is coming
The UK smartphone startup promises to deliver Android Nougat to its six devices in its portfolio after Cyanogen Inc. pulls support for its software.
Wileyfox Swift 2 and 2 Plus blend respectable specs, premium design and aggressive pricing
The Wileyfox Swift 2 and 2 Plus look like two very respectable UK-made Android mid-rangers, with metal builds and fingerprint support in tow.
British startup Wileyfox unveils fresh trio of inexpensive Cyanogen OS phones
Cyanogen Inc. doesn’t have many hardware-making partners left to support Cyanogen OS, but UK-based startup Wileyfox just unveiled three such devices.