Introducing Wileyfox at Carphone Warehouse

The Android-powered smartphone range that won't break the bank...
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Introducing Wileyfox at Carphone Warehouse

The new kid on the block

In the mobile phone world, there’s always something new and exciting waiting just around the corner. And in this instance, it’s British smartphone manufacturer, Wileyfox.

The relatively new company has been producing smartphones for around two years, now available to buy online at Carphone Warehouse’s website. What sets Wileyfox apart from its competitors is the price range – featuring Android-powered smartphones with affordable price tags.

Let’s check out the range…

Wileyfox Spark

The Wileyfox Spark is the entry-level smartphone in the range, featuring a 5-inch HD display and 8MP camera. It’s also got space for two SIM cards, so you’ll never need a secondary work phone.

Just like the rest of the range, the Spark runs on the world’s most popular operating system, Android. And with the company’s own Cyanogen OS integration, you’ve got loads of customisable options.

Interested? If you’d like to order the Wileyfox Spark, click here.

Wileyfox Spark +

The Spark + is the next one up, and feature the same strong build as its little brother above, but with a few technical improvements under the hood.

The camera on the back is 13MP making for great photos and Full HD filming quality, while the selfie lens comes it at 8MP, so your Snapchat game will be on point, too.

Order the Wileyfox Spark + from Carphone Warehouse’s website here.

Wileyfox Spark X

If you want to go a bit bigger, the Wileyfox Spark X is ready and waiting. With a large 5.5-inch HD display it’s perfect for enjoying films and games on the go. It too has a 13MP camera, which has a bunch of creative effect baked in as standard. And the quad-core processor will make sure all your apps work without any lag time.

To find out more about the Wileyfox Spark X, click here.

Got any questions about Wileyfox? Drop us a comment below and we’ll get back to you.

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