European mobile manufacturer Kazam has launched its first octo-core smartphones at Mobile World Congress.
The launch closely follows the unveiling of Kazam’s first LTE phone, the Kazam Thunder2 4.5L.
The two new handsets, the Kazam Tornado2 5.5 (pictured) and the Kazam Tornado2 5.0 are the hero devices in the Kazam portfolio, and are set to launch across Europe in Q2.
The dual Sim Kazam Tornado2 5.5 is powered by Android 4.2 and boasts a 1.7Ghz octo-core processor, a 5.5-inch IPS touchscreen display along with a 13-megapixel rear camera and a 5-megapixel front camera.
Michael Coombes, CEO at Kazam said: ‘We are excited to launch the first Kazam octo-core phones at the world’s largest mobile trade show. The Kazam Tornado2 range delivers the ultimate mobile experience for those who demand a lot from their phone, it is a master of multi-tasking.’
In addition, Kazam announced the Kazam Thunder2, Kazam Trooper2 and Kazam Life ranges, providing people with a choice of phones at disruptive price points.
James Atkins, CMO at Kazam added: ‘Kazam is proud to be launching its new flagship smartphones, completing the full current Kazam portfolio. For Kazam, our focus is on more than just the product. All Kazam smartphones, including the new octo-core phones, come with Kazam Rescue and cracked screen replacement.’