Karbonn mobiles might provide dual-boot Android/Windows Phone smartphones in July.
On the occasion of the Mobile World Congress which was held last week in Barcelona, Microsoft announced new support for its Windows Phone mobile ecosystem.
Among them, the giant cited smartphone maker Karbonn from India, who was known far across for its Android environment models such as the Titanium S4 unveiled in late 2013 (visible below) or the flagships MediaTek Qualcomm and Samsung expected at the end of the month.
Asked about this, Sudhir Hasija, head of Karbonn, said the Windows Phone range will be presented in the coming months.
This will include simple boot styles with a Windows Phone first to open the show in three months, but also dual-boot models with Windows Phone/Android with a first that will happen in six months and is aimed primarily at professionals.
On the prices of these smartphones, nothing has been said by Sudhir Hasija. But with regard to the price generally charged by Karbonn, it can be expected to be particularly attractive price.