17 brands worldwide including K-Touch and BLU are making Windows Phones now

By May 17th, 2014 AT 10:25 AM

With the launch of Windows Phone 8.1 Microsoft has done a lot of things right. Features and services aside, they have done a lot of work in collaborating and bringing new partners aboard. They had already announced a lot of new OEMs and now, two more brands have joined the Windows Phone bandwagon; K-Touch and Blu.

List Of Windows Phone OEMs
List Of Windows Phone OEMs

List Of Windows Phone OEMs

  1. Nokia (Microsoft Mobile)
  2. HTC
  3. Samsung
  4. LG
  5. Huawei
  6. ZTE
  7. Lenovo
  8. Micromax
  9. Karbonn
  10. Xolo
  11. BLU
  12. Foxconn
  13. Gionee
  14. JSR
  15. LongCheer
  16. Prestigio
  17. K-Touch

The way Microsoft has picked up the pace in developing Windows Phone, it looks like 2014 can be said as the year of resurgence of Microsoft in mobile industry.

Computer science engineer turned technology blogger. Following consumer electronics industry closely from 2006, he can now predict pretty much where the market is heading. He has a dream to own Android, Windows Phone and iOS smartphones all at the same time.

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No USB mass storage on WP so you need a special software for transferring files from pc.

And I use different launchers on my most loved Andi instead of just changing the wallpaper.

Without file manager I can’t see all types of supported and unsupported files then how it is not an issue.


Dude, I own a Lumia 625. And I haven’t installed any “special software” on my laptop. Older WP devices like Lumia 710, Samsung Omnia W, Samsung Focus S, HTC Titan, Lumia 800, etc. needed Microsoft Zune for transferring files from PC to phone. But this used to happen nearly 2 years back. And let me tell you, I don’t need a file manager. I can access each and every file from the hubs – Music, Videos, Office, etc. Plus, I installed Windows Phone 8.1 ‘Preview for Developer’, and it’s bl00dy cool!!
You should try it. 🙂

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