Coship wants customers to determine what a flagship Windows 10 Mobile phone should cost

Dave W. Shanahan

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Last month, Coship announced the Moly PcPhone W6, priced at $399. Now, Coship is unsure how much to charge for it. No longer priced at $399, Coship is asking its customers to vote essentiall on how much it should cost.

According to the Moly PcPhone W6 tech specs, the Windows 10 Mobile will be quite an impressive device:

  • 6.0-inch LTPS LCD with Full HD (1920x1080px) resolution, Corning Gorilla Glass 3
  • Octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 617 processor
  • Adreno 405 GPU
  • 3GB RAM
  • 32GB onboard storage (plus microSD card support up to 200GB)
  • 13MP rear camera with autofocus and LED flash, 5MP FF camera
  • Dual SIM support
  • Continuum support
  • Bluetooth 4.0, NFC
  • 3900mAh battery

On the Moly PcPhone product page, Coship has a feedback form at the bottom asking for user input on the device.

“We need your help. We are going to launch Moly PcPhone in July. The first launch will be in the countries of China, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore, and Taiwan, followed with other regions in Summer time. Your comment will be very useful for our launch plan. Thank you for your kind input.”

In the feedback form, you give your regular information; name, email, country, and then you can choose from a list of price ranges:

  • $450 or more
  • $400-450
  • $350-400
  • $250-300
  • Below $250

There is also a comment box at the end to add your personal thoughts on the Moly PcPhone. It’s a bit troublesome for Coship to be unsure of the Moly PcPhone’s price when the device is set to go on sale in July, but maybe they have no clue if anyone will even want to buy the Windows 10 Mobile device.