MobileNews reports that Windows Phone has gained another OEM.
KAZAM is a new OEM which was only started in 2013 by ex-HTC execs. Like the bigger company, London-based KAZAM has just added a Windows Phone-based handset to their portfolio.
The low-cost Thunder 340W has a 1.2GHz processor, four-inch touchscreen, five megapixel rear and VGA front camera,s, video recording and playback, 512MB of RAM, dual-SIM capability and 4GB of internal memory.
KAZAM CEO Michael Coombes said: “The addition of a Windows Phone to KAZAM’s growing portfolio is an important step in the business, especially as more people are choosing the many benefits and personal experiences offered by Windows Phone 8.1.”
Windows Phone Ecosystems Partners regional lead Andrew Bell added: “KAZAM is a new mobile brand with a fresh approach that compliments the more personal experience of a Windows Phone.”
Via MobileNews, thanks Arun for the tip.