Micromax will launch its new devices with Microsoft Windows Phone 8.1 OS with Qualcomm processors on Monday.
Sanjay Kapoor, the new chairman of Micromax, the second largest smartphone vendor in India, will attend the press meet in Delhi.
Microsoft, which is far behind Samsung, in the Indian smartphone market share, will share its expansion and growth strategies on Monday.
In April 2014, Microsoft announced its OS partnership with India’s homegrown smartphone vendor to build devices.
To increase Windows’ market share on mobile devices, Microsoft said that it will make the operating system available free of cost for smart phones and tablets that have screen size smaller than 9 inches.
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