With a total of 12 new devices, Kazam is going for it this year aiming to cater for every taste and budget. For starters are six Android-powered smartphones, half of which support 4G LTE networks.
All the new Trooper handsets use a quad-core processor with sizes ranging from 4- to 5.5in. The range consists of the Trooper 440L, 445L, 450, 451, 450L and 455 with 'L' models supporting 4G.
Michael Coombes, Kazam CEO, said: "As a dedicated European mobile brand, KAZAM has responded to the demand for choice at every level. Today’s announcement further demonstrates our commitment to the market, innovating in areas often overlooked."
The firm also announced a feature phone called the Life C6 which has a 2.4 in screen, physical buttons and a 1.3 Mp camera.
Kazam Windows Phones 2015
Although most of Microsoft's partners have stopped making Windows Phone handsets, Kazam has announced the Thunder 450W and 450WL. Both use a 5in HD screen, 1.2 GHz quad-core processor and 32 GB of internal storage. See: How to get Windows 10 on your phone.
While the 450W offers dual-SIM card slots, the 450WL has a more premium design and supports 4G LTE. Each comes pre-loaded with Windows Phone 8.1 and should be upgraded to Windows 10 later this year.
"We are delighted to expand our relationship with Kazam," said Peter Han, Vice President of Worldwide Marketing, OEM Division, Microsoft. "These new Windows tablets and phones will diversify Kazam's Windows offerings across Europe and provide customers with a consistent yet personalised experience across devices."
Kazam Windows tablets 2015
Alongside the Windows Phone handsets, Kazam has announced a trio of Windows 8.1 tablets. The L7, L8 and L10 have a 7-, 8- and 10- screen respectively. They're all powered by an Intel Baytrail processor and while the smaller models have 1 GB of RAM, the 10 in models has double at 2 GB.