We’ve all heard reports of HTC executives jumping ship and moving on to greener pastures. Well, a group of former HFC execs have done just this and founded Kazam, a new brand of smartphone. The new company was founded by Michael Coombes and James Atkins, who were formerly with the Taiwanese phone maker.
Not much is known about what Kazam plans to make, but it’s likely to make devices powered Android like HTC handsets such as the One (check out HTC One here).
Michael Coombes, Kazam CEO, said, “We believe your smart phone is a digital reflection of who you are, and since we are all different, it’s important that we don’t adopt a one size fits all approach. We aim to provide quality smart phones that are accessible to everyone.”
James Atkins Kazam chief marketing officer, said, “There is a real opportunity for a new mobile brand to disrupt the status quo. We are passionate about delivering a truly positive mobile experience that doesn’t just stop once you've bought the phone. Kazam is about stunning design, robust hardware and intuitive technology, underpinned by outstanding customer service.”
Kazam is planning to launch their first smartphone or smartphones by the end of 2013.
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