From the WindowsCentral coverage:
A few weeks ago we did a quick review and hands-on with the Coship Moly X1 running Windows 10 Mobile. The $299 LTE-enabled Windows Phone brings an extremely thin and light profile to the open market and left us mildly impressed. Starting on April 13, there will be a new Moly in town, and it is labeled the Moly W5. The phone drops the X1's price from $299 to a more affordable $199 along with the expected reduction in specifications.
Category (New) Moly W5 Moly X1 Display Size 5.0-inch LTPS Display 5.5-inch LTPS Display Resolution HD (1280 x 720 ) Full HD (1920 x 1080) OS Windows 10 Mobile Windows 10 Mobile CPU 1.1 GHz
RAM 1GB 2GB Internal Storage 8GB 16GB microSD expansion Yes Yes Charging micro-USB micro-USB Camera 8MP rear
Flash Yes Yes Battery 2250 mAh 2600mAh Bluetooth 4.0 4.0 Thickness 7.3mm 6.9mm
The supported LTE bands are given as (band no, frequency):
Which don't sound that helpful in much of the West, so you'll want to check the frequencies against your local networks, wherever you are in the world.
The W5 ships in the middle of next month, though given the specs (and limited network support) I doubt it'll be seen anytime soon near you. Why wouldn't a buyer simply grab a Lumia 650 for a similar price and specs and yet with much more mainstream support and distribution?