One thing you can be sure of is that manufacturers labelling their Windows devices as Win. Plenty such models out there. The Celkon Win 400 is the newest addition to the list, though.
And it immediately assumes position as the most affordable such smartphone out there.
Indian handset maker Celkon has just released its first ever handset powered by the Windows Phone mobile platform, and the only things worthy of attention with the Win 400 is its price tag. It comes with a very low price tag.
Just $75 outright, or €60, for that matter.
It has been listed at retailer Snapdeal for 4,700 rupees, though if the handset maker decides to bring this device to other markets, there is every chance that the price will go up. Taxes, customs, shipping and all that good stuff.
So what do you get for this price?
The lowest possible specifications, obviously.
Only 512MB of RAM, a quad-core 1.2GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 200 processor, an Adreno 302 graphics processing unit to go with 4GB of internal storage capacity. Obviously, the handset also comes with microSD card support for expansion up to 32GB.
A small 4-inch 800 x 480 pixels capacitive IPS LCD offers a fair enough 233ppi pixels density.
There is a 5 megapixel camera on the back with LED flash and HD 720p video recording capabilities. Surprisingly, there is a 1.3 megapixel front camera too. Connectivity options like Bluetooth, WiFi, GPS and microUSB 2.0 round things off, along with the 1500 mAh battery, which is yet to be rated.