By Jay Jay
If you thought LG will be the sole smartphone-maker to launch new devices ahead of the MWC, you'd be surprised.
European company Kazam has now announced six new Trooper range smartphones to its inventory.
The 4.5-inch quad-core Trooper 445L will be the first LTE phone to be built by Kazam. Other phones announced today are the Kazam Trooper 440L, 450, 451, 450L and 455.
The Kazam experience isn't all about owning the smartphone. In addition to excellent pricing, Kazam also offers a 12 month Free Screen Protection, Kazam Rescue and a unheard-of three year warranty with all new models. If complete satisfaction is a realistic term, Kazam defines it the best.
Speaking on the announcement, Michael Coombes, Kazam's CEO, said, “As a dedicated European mobile brand, KAZAM has responded to the demand for choice at every level. Today’s announcement further demonstrates our commitment to the market, innovating in areas often overlooked.”
Not content with six smartphone launches, Kazam has also introduced three sparkling new Windows 8.1 Tablets, the KAZAM L10, L8 & L7, as well as two Windows phones- the KAZAM Thunder 450W and 450WL.
The introduction of these new Windows devices have further cemented Kazam's relationship with Microsoft. The quad-core Windows tablets enable quick and easy Skype access through 2MP front and rear cameras, and are more affordable and simple to use than tablets from other manufacturers.
Peter Han, Vice President of Worldwide Marketing at Microsoft's OEM Division, said, “We are delighted to expand our relationship with KAZAM. 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.”
To top it all up, Kazam has also introduced the new Kazam Life C6 focussed completely on the 'easy to use' concept. With well-spaced keys, simple access to contacts, internet and emails, and a handy SOS button, the Life C6 underlines simplicity in a world of complex smartphones with myriad functionality.
We believe Kazam has lived up to its promise of delivering afordable smartphones and tablets just in time before the MWC. This makes the competition more interesting as the gadget fest draws near.
We aren't exactly bored to say the least.