In April we reported that Wileyfox was once again selling Windows 10 Mobile handsets after going into administration in February 2018.
The company was trying to sell off the last of their inventory and today AAWP reports that the company finally succeeded, admitting to a AAWP reader:
“I do apologise we are not getting any more stock of the wileyfox pro.”
The company had been selling to enterprise customers who have already committed to Windows Phone, and who could no longer procure replacement Windows Phones from the likes of Nokia or Alcatel, selling the Snapdragon 210-powered Wileyfox Pro Windows 10 Mobile handsets for a princely £199.99.
AAWP reports that they have been helping Microsoft make sure the device gets the official Fall Creators Update provisioning, so owners can get OS updates until December 2019.
Read more about the Wileyfox Pro’s tragic tale at AAWP, who has been following the company’s progress closely, here.