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In a surprising turn of events, the UK startup has caused somewhat of a stir over at Mobile World Congress (MWC), announcing two new octo-core phones, namely the Kazam Tornado 2 5.5 and the Tornado 2 5.0.
Diving straight into the techy stuff, Kazam Tornado 2 5.5 specs include – as the name suggests – a 5.5in Full HD display, an octo-core Mediatek processor clocked at 1.7GHz, 2GB of RAM, 16GB storage (with microSD), 13MP rear camera, 5MP front shooter, and a 2.500mAh battery.
There’s also the slightly more modest Kazam Tornado 2 5.0, with a 5in 720p display, 1.7GHz octo-core processor, 1GB of RAM, 8GB internal storage (with microSD), and an 8MP/2MP camera combo.
Michael Coombes, CEO of Kazam, yells: “We are excited to launch the first Kazam octo-core phones at the world’s largest mobile trade show. The Kazam Tornado2 range delivers the ultimate mobile experience for those who demand a lot from their phone, it is a master of multi-tasking.”
Both the Kazam Tornado 2 5.5 and Tornado 2 5.0 rock Jelly Bean Android 4.2 in their current incarnations, but there’s a chance they might be upgraded to KitKat Android 4.4 in time for release. That'd be splendid.
As for price, the Kazam Tornado 2 5.5 in particular is aiming for around the £200 mark. Suddenly it looks as though Kazam might be worth paying attention to.