An executive at Karbonn Mobiles has confirmed in a new interview that the company will launch three Windows Phone devices in India sometime this quarter, and that they will be priced in the budget range.
Karbonn Mobiles' managing director Pradeep Jain stated that the phones would include Indianised apps and services and added, "Microsoft sees great value in developing an ecosystem through partnership with local players like Karbonn," The prices for the phones will range from between 8,000 to 15,000 rupees ($133 to $250). Specific hardware details for those phones were not announced.
Karbonn was one of nine new Windows Phone OEMs that Microsoft announced back in February but since then there's been no word on what Karbonn planned to do for that operating system until this week.
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Source: Economic Times