LTE-equipped Tornado 552L smartphone measures 5.5mm thick
Kazam has unveiled yet another Android smartphone at Mobile World Congress, following the Tornado 455L and the pre-event launches. The Tornado 552L is one of the British manufacturer's higher-specification mobile devices, fitting a 1.7GHz octa-core MediaTek processor and a 5.2-inch 1080p AMOLED screen into a metal and glass casing that measures just 5.5mm thick.
Water-resistant Tornado 455L has rear 13MP Sony BSI camera
Kazam has outed one more device at Mobile World Congress, joining its other Trooper launches from last week. The Kazam Tornado 455L is a mid-ranged LTE-equipped Android Kitkat smartphone with a 5.5-inch 720p IPS display, with it also being IP67-certified for protection from the elements, with Gorilla Glass covering the screen, and the manufacturer offering support in the form of cracked screen replacements and a three-year warranty.
Smartphones joined by trio of Kazam Windows tablets
British smartphone producer Kazam has introduced a number of new devices ahead of next week's Mobile World Congress. The Trooper range of Android smartphones has been bolstered with six new models, with the company also preparing to show off three Windows tablets and two Windows Phone devices at the Barcelona-based tradeshow.
One of first Kazam Android smartphones gets reviewed
British smartphone manufacturer Kazam was created in mid-2013 by two former HTC executives, looking to create their own smartphones. Instead of creating an expensive flagship model, the company first produced a range of budget-friendly Android devices in varying sizes, including the Thunder X4.0. Is the four-inch smartphone a contender in the entry-level smartphone market, or will it be swept to one side by devices such as the Moto G and Moto E? Electronista attempts to find out in its review.
Kazam Trooper, Thunder smartphones have similar specification lists
British-based phone manufacturer Kazam, created six months ago by two former HTC executives, has launched its first ranges of Android devices. A total of six smartphones have been shown off, with one in the Thunder range and five Trooper devices, with phones ranging not only in size but also in internal specification.