Kazam, the UK-based smartphone maker that has already released a number of Windows Phone 8.1 devices, has confirmed its plans to continue a partnership with Microsoft to release smartphones that run Windows 10 Mobile.
Speaking with TrustedReviews, James Atkins, Kazam's Co-Founder and Chief Marketing Officer, stated:
""We are working with Redmond to get our proposition to work on Windows Phone. It is tricky but they are working with us to deliver it because, I think, they believe in our proposition as well."
"We have a lot of Windows phones and it is a very important partnership for us. We will continue with that."
Details about Kazam's Windows 10 Mobile phones have not yet been revealed. Microsoft has yet to set a launch date for the final version of Windows 10 Mobile, which is currently in open testing by Windows Insider members.