Micromax may share part of its name with Microsoft, but the company seems to have really taken to Redmond’s mobile platform after arriving to the Windows Phone party.

The company unveiled its first two Windows Phone handsets at the start of last week.

And at the start of this, we have confirmation about another Micromax Windows Phone — this time, an exciting phablet. The new Canvas Win 121 and Canvas Win W092 are on track to be available for purchase next month.

But they are soon to be followed by another Windows Phone handset, according to the company’s CMO Shubhodip Pal, boasting a capacious 6-inch display:

“Put it on Record! We will have a 6 inch Windows Phone in the coming months and will many more phones that you will hear about soon.”

And in contrast to the budget handsets above, with middling hardware specifications, this phablet is expected to be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor. Other details are still being waited upon, but at least, this device should deliver very capable performance.

It may also lack some Lumia exclusive apps and services, but hey, more Windows Phone phablets are good. Additional details on the matter should float up soon.

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  • Dominico-James Black Eagle Hod

    Manufacturers are jumping on the Windows Phone bandwagon now that it’s free

  • Drew J

    Phablet? I assume this means a phone/tablet combination. If so, I think it’s a pretty stupid idea that’s not really necessary. Maybe it will prove me wrong, but I’m not overly optimistic about it.