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WhartonBrooks Part III: Can Cerulean be the next Lumia?

Microsoft is ending its Lumia line of smartphones and WhartonBrooks is planning to pick up where they leave off. In our exclusive interview with Greg Murphy, the CEO of WhartonBrooks hinted at the pricing and investor challenges his young Windows Phone startup faces and their ambitions within the Windows 10 Mobile market. He wants his Cerulean phones to succeed the now-cancelled Lumia line — but is WhartonBrooks up to the challenge? .
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