Android dominates the low cost sector thanks to the many low cost devices on the market. For the past few months, even Windows Phone has begun to record positive results in this segment of the market. For example, Nokia has put on sale the new Lumia 630, low end device that is having some success. Nokia, now owned by Microsoft, but will have to contend with other manufacturers who have joined the cause Windows Phone.
For several months now, with the objective to further push its mobile operating system in the world, pushing especially in emerging markets, Microsoft has partnered with several smartphone manufacturers that have confirmed the sale of new devices based on Windows Phone. Among these are also Xolo, a manufacturer of smartphone that has confirmed the launch in India, the WIN Q900s, and that in these days has decided to extend the availability in the country, even to the famous online retailer Flipkart.
Initially, in fact, Xolo WIN Q900s had been distributed in India as exclusive Snapdeal, another major retailer in India. smartphone But now, remember that it is based on Windows Phone 8.1, can also be ordered from Flipkart at a price of 9,999 rupees. Xolo WIN Q900s, remember, includes a 4.7 inch IPS LCD display with a resolution of 1280x720 pixels, processor quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 200 1.2GHz, 1GB of RAM, 8GB of internal memory expandable via microSD, 8MP rear camera, camera 2MP front and battery 1800mAh. did not have to wait for the next update to see if the device will never distributed outside of India.
XOLO, for example, has created the Windows Phone world's lightest , heavy just 100 grams. Even Karbonn prepares to land in the field of low cost two new Windows Phone brand, to be sold at prices certainly not prohibitive. These new smartphones will start at $ 130 and touched a maximum of $ 250.