First Kazam Windows Phone to launch across Europe in fourth quarter 2014
Today, Kazam, the European mobile brand, has announced it is working with Microsoft to develop a range of devices powered by Windows Phone 8.1.
Kazam is set to develop a range of smartphones on the Windows Phone operating system. The collaboration with Microsoft adds greater depth to the Kazam product portfolio, dedicated to providing people with a choice of phones at affordable prices.
Michael Coombes, CEO at Kazam, said: 'Kazam is thrilled to announce its first device with Microsoft. The addition of a Windows Phone to Kazam's growing portfolio is an important step for the businesses, especially as more people are choosing the many benefits & personal experience offered by Windows Phone 8.1.'
Andrew Bell, regional lead, Microsoft's Windows Phone Ecosystem Partners, added: 'We are delighted to be working with Kazam, and look forward to delivering a full range of Windows Phones. Kazam is a new mobile brand with a fresh approach that compliments the more personal experience of a Windows Phone. Whether for work or play, people across Europe will benefit from having a quality Windows Phone from Kazam at an affordable price.'
The range, which is due to beign rolling out across Europe in the fourth quarter 2014, includes the Kazam Thunder 340W, with a Kazam free screen cracked replacement, a 4.0 inch IPS WVGA Touchscreen Display (480 x 800), 5MP rear camera and VGA front camera, HD (720P) recording and playback, 1500mAh battery, dual SIM capability, 4Gb internal storage and 512MB RAM, plus 1.2Ghz quadcore processor.