WhartonBrooks postpones the event it announced to discuss its new Windows 10 Mobile phone

WhartonBrooks isn't exactly a well-known name in technology circles, but it's made some pretty lofty claims about its upcoming Windows 10 Mobile handset, saying that its products and services "will radically change the mobile computing industry".

Last week, the company announced that it would host a public event at a Microsoft Store in Connecticut this weekend, to discuss the new Windows phone. It claims that the innovations its devices will bring "will be the most disruptive since the advent of the smartphone in 2000."

However, if you were planning to attend that event on Saturday, there's bad news. WhartonBrooks has said that the event has been postponed:

It seems the company needs more time to plan the event in order to involve 'supporting partners' that wish to participate.

WhartonBrooks previously stated that the Connecticut 'meet & greet' would be one of several that it planned to hold around New York and New England. It's not yet clear if those plans have been affected by the postponement of this weekend's event.

Source: @whartonbrooks via Windows Central

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