In it’s bid to conquer the world with Windows Phone, Microsoft has adopted some unusual, yet creative, ideas by which to win the public over. By far, the most prominent of these has been its efforts to bring more localized OEMs into the fray through the use of reference designs.
With the likes of Blu, Micromax, and Kazam joining the platform in the last year, or at least announcing their intentions to do so, this approach has seen some success. As such, the news that Nepal’s own Colors Mobile is to launch a Windows Phone device within the coming year is welcoming news.
As for specs, this device is most likely to follow the lead of other OEMs in the larger region, which have adopted the program, by making the lowest cost device possible. Teletalk Pvt Ltd will be the sole distributor of the device, about which more information will be revealed at an app seminar in April, as such any official confirmation will likely come in the next two months.
Do you live in Nepal? Would you buy a Windows Phone from Colors Mobile?
Thanks for the tips, anon and Jason! Colors photo via WMPoweruser.com.Further reading: Microsoft, Windows Phone