British mobile maker KAZAM, introduces its first smartphones, Thunder Q4.5 top of the line



I suspect it’s been rather a long time since you read the words British and manufacture in the same sentence and whether it makes you swell with patriotic pride or indifference, it’s an exciting development.

It’s all down to a British firm called Kazam, born from two former HTC-UK executives, Michael Coombes and James Atkins who promise “No gimmicks or corporate bullshit” (their words, not ours) ¬†They only announced their formation a mere six months ago back in June of this year.

Kazam has decided to split its devices across two different ranges that they’re calling “Trooper and Thunder”. The former according to the British firm will focus on five different entry-mid level smartphones, while the latter will feature one high-end device, designed to take on the likes of Apple, Google and Samsung.