Say hi to the Kazam Thunder² 4.5L Android smartphone. It’s an LTE-enabled follow-up to the original low-cost Thunder (without the “squared” sign) that launched in Europe last year. The brainchild of two HTC execs who decided to go it alone, the 4.5L offers a low-res 854 x 480 4.5-inch display, a Snapdragon 400 processor, 8GB of expandable storage, 1GB of RAM and a widely copied screen replacement promise. We’re missing the most important spec — namely, the price — but Kazam says the device should start arriving in select countries over the next few months. Meanwhile, the company has also added irksome mathematical symbols to its Thunder² 5.0 and Trooper² range, which have received minor spec bumps but are still 3G-only. Honestly, we’d normally be helpful and lay out all the details, but there’s only so many times we can press ALT-zero-one-seven-eight.
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