Microsoft today announced a new smartphone under its Lumia line-up, Lumia 535, the first Microsoft branded phone which renounces the Nokia logo. Microsoft Lumia 535 is an entry-level handset with fine features and light price value.
The Lumia 535 packs a stunning 5-inch QHD display with 5 MP front and rear facing optical apertures. The low-cost smartphone comes with Snapdragon 200 chip aimed at 1.2GHz, and boasts a better performance at 1GB of RAM. Microsoft Lumia 535 comes with 8GB of onboard storage with a microSD card slot supporting up to 128GB.
Windows Phone OS 8.1 powered device, Lumia 535, doesn’t offer 4G LTE connectivity but comes in two 3G supported models; Single SIM & Dual SIM. The Cortana compatible handset allows you to switch between back panels of five different color variants – green, cyan, orange, black and white.
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Microsoft Lumia 535 will hit the asian market (China, Hong Kong and Bangladesh) later this month for $135 approximately, followed by Russia and the Middle East in the coming months.