Well today Microsoft unveiled their most affordable Lumias yet, Lumia 435 and Lumia 532.
In 2014, the first Lumia to step away from their old Nokia branding and fully embrace Microsoft was the Lumia 535, which had a massive success rate thanks to the upgrades and the downgrade in price. Well today Microsoft unveiled their most affordable Lumias yet, Lumia 435 and Lumia 532. Both smartphones are sporting 4-inch displays, but they will both cost less than $100 before taxes.
The Lumia 435 is the cheapest so far, and will be priced at $81 or 69 euros, all while running a Windows Phone 8.1 with the Lumia Denim update. It has a budget resolution of 800x480 WVGA, 1GB of RAM made expandable to 8GB. It has a 2 megapixel camera, and has a speedy dual-core Snapdragon 200 processor.
The Lumia 435 is the cheapest so far, and will be priced at $81 or 69 euros, all while running a Windows Phone 8.1 with the Lumia Denim update.
The Lumia 532 will cost $14 dollars more at $94 or 79 euros before taxes. It has the same processor but sports the Snapdragon quad-core, and has a better 5 megapixel camera. Both handhelds will come with Cortana, Skype and Outlook and 30GB of OneDrive space.
They will be available starting next month, February, in Europe, Asia, Africa, and the Middle East, but Microsoft has paid special attention to the Indian market, where it will likely be the most successful. Microsoft has held off on the U.S. release, and the Brits will only have access to the 435 for now.
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