WileyFox Storm And Swift Smartphones Debut

Posted: Aug 25 2015, 5:14am CDT | by , in News | Technology News


WileyFox Storm and Swift Smartphones Debut

British startup WileyFox unveiled two affordable smartphones based on Cyanogen OS.

London based WileyFox unveiled today the Storm and Swift smartphones. WileyFox is walking in the path of Chinese OnePlus, but set on the open source Cyanogen operating system.

WileyFox says that they exist because people are tired of paying over the odds for mobile phones. The company wants to offer you value for money and choice.

The company highlights customization, privacy and security and freedom as core attributes. 

WileyFox smartphones run on the Android based open source Cyanogen OS. 

The flagship WileyFox Strom smartphones has a 5.5-inch FHD 400ppi screen, Qualcomm Snapdragon Octa-core CPU, Adreno 405 GPU, 32GB storage, 20MP AF Sony EXMOR Camera, 8MP front camera with LED flash, SD Card slot, Dual SIM, Wi-Fi, 4G LTE, MicroUSB and Cyanogen 12.1. It is priced at 199 Pounds.

The WileyFox Swift features a 5-inch with 1280x720px resulution, Snapdragon quad-core CPU, Andreno 306, 16GB storage, SD Card Slot, 13MP Samsung camera, 5MP front camera, Dual Sim, Wi-fi, 4G LTE and Cyanogen 12.1. The Swift sells for 129 Pounds.

Spefications of the WileyFox Storm are very strong and it is priced lower then the OnePlus 2, but has more storage. Brits might reconsider and cancel their OnePlus 2 order for a new WileyFox Storm.

The Swift is going directly agains the recently introduced 2015 Moto G.

The WileyFox phones are set to be released end of September. Pre-order will start later this week. See the WileyFox site for more details.

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