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Micromax has announced its first new Windows Phones - both featuring a quad-core 1.2GHz Snapdragon 200 CPU, 1GB RAM, 8GB storage and dual-SIM support, and each with very affordable price tags.
Micromax looks set to beat its rival XOLO to become the first Indian OEM to launch its own Windows Phones, with two new handsets expected, including one that may cost as little as $100 (Rs.6,000).
Microsoft has announced two new manufacturers which will be partnering with the company to build Windows Phone based smartphones, bringing the total number of partners to an impressive 15.
After confirming its plans to release its first Windows Phone in 2014, Indian manufacturer Micromax - which has a sizeable share of the domestic market - is said to be launching the device soon.