Mobile brand Kazam has revealed three new Windows tablets and eight new Windows Phones ahead of next week’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain.
The Kazam L7, L8 and L10 tablets come with the Windows 8.1 operating system and measure 7 inches, 8 inches and 10.1 inches respectively.
The new tablets each have a 1280 x 800 IPS LCD display that is powered by Intel Atom quad-core processors, and also feature 2-megapixel front and rear cameras.
The L7 edition comes with 16GB of onboard storage, L8 with 16GB or 32GB, and L10 with 32GB. All three tablets support expandable storage up to 32GB with a SD memory card.
Kazam has also unveiled eight new Windows-powered phones ahead of next week’s event.
The Troopers 450, 451, 455 are entry-level feature phones with internet access and a range of screen sizes, while the 440L, 445L and 450L models feature 4G/LTE technology and quad-core. This means users can multitask between applications, download at high speed and enjoy a high performance quality.
The company has also unveiled two new Windows-based smartphones – the Thunder 450W and Thunder 450WL.
“As a dedicated European mobile brand, Kazam has responded to the demand for a choice of affordable phones and tablets,” said Michael Coombes, CEO of Kazam. “Today’s announcement further demonstrates our commitment to the market, innovating in areas often overlooked by the competition. For example, all Kazam smartphones come with free cracked screen replacement, Kazam Rescue and the extended three year warranty.”
Kazam’s Windows phones and tablets running Windows 8.1 deliver an intuitive user experience through services such as OneNote and OneDrive. Users are able to easily sync documents in the cloud and make them available on their Windows PC or Phone.
“We are delighted to expand our relationship with Kazam,” said Peter Han, vice president of Worldwide Marketing, OEM Division, Microsoft. “These new Windows tablets and phones will diversify Kazam’s Windows offerings across Europe and provide customers with a consistent yet personalised experience across devices.”
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