Karbonn plans to launch devices that support both Android and Windows Phone by June

Can’t make up your mind whether you want an Android or Windows Phone device? According to The Times of India, Karbonn Mobiles, a handset maker based in India, is set to launch dual-OS smartphones which will support both Android and Windows Phone by June. Karbonn targets mainly the Indian market, but they also have presence in Bangladesh, Nepal, Sri Lanka, and the Middle East.

The company’s chairman Sudhir Hasija told The Times of India:

“Microsoft has eased the regulations and is opening up its platform for other players. We signed the agreement two days ago and will launch a range of Windows Phones in about three months.”

Karbonn is one of the new Windows Phone hardware partners announced at Mobile World Congress. They also join LG electronics, Lenovo, HTC, ZTE, among others.

Pricing hasn’t been mentioned yet, but the devices are targeted for “office-going professionals and techies.” Do you like the idea of having both Android and Windows Phone on your device? Sound off in the comments!

Via The Times of India; Thanks for the tip, Lakshman G.!

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