Affordable phone maker Kazam adds Windows Phone handset to its device roster
The company currently has two lines of android-powered smartphones – the Thunder and the Trooper – and a line for feature phones, dubbed Kazam Life. It has now announced a new model – the Thunder 340W, which will be the first device of a new range of handsets, loaded with Windows Phone 8.1.
The Thunder 340W features a 4” IPS screen with a 800x480 resolution (233 PPI), a quad-core 1.2 GHz CPU, 512 MB RAM, 1,500 mAh battery, and dual-SIM support. Its main snapper is a 5 MP camera that supports 720p video capture; the front-facing cam is a 0.3 MP one. The phone is adorned by a stylish “silver metal brush” finish.
We've no information on how much it would cost yet, however, seeing as the company's handsets rarely retail beyond the $210 (£130) mark, we'd wager that it would be in the range of $130 - $195 (£80 - £120). Of course, the phone comes with Kazam's “free cracked screen replacement”, which guarantees you a single free screen replacement, as long as you take advantage of the service within a year of purchase. It is yet unknown when it would be available.
source: Kazam via Coolsmartphone