Nokia fans in developing countries get ready to get ready to grab two new cheapest Windows Phones gadgets that promise to offer them quality for a reasonable price. Microsoft has announced today two new moderate cost Lumia cell phones, as the organization wants to grab a piece of the pie in developing markets. The low-end smartphones, Lumia 435 and Lumia 532 will be touching base in India, and some other “select nations” in the Middle East, Africa, Asia-Pacific, and Europe.
The Lumia 532 has two in two 3G versions single SIM and double SIM. The phone incorporates a 1.2 GHz quad-core chip. The other rendition, the Lumia 435 has signal and dual SIM versions as well but its lesser 1.2 GHz dual-core processor is less performant.
Both flagships display 4-inch screens along with 1GB of RAM, 8GB of memory and a 1560 mAh battery. However they also offer an inherent microSD slot that will allow users to increase the phones ‘memory up to 128GB.
As it was foreseen, both new gadgets will work with Windows Phone 8.1 in, the most recent variant of Microsoft’s mobile system. This also means that the phones will be integrated with numerous Microsoft’s apps like Skype, Office, and OneDrive
As some might remember, not long ago, Microsoft released the Nokia 215, a $29 telephone that was flaunted as the cheapest Internet gadget available on the market. As a feature telephone, it won’t engage those used to the full particulars one would expect on a smartphone. But the newcomers target ‘conventional’ smartphone users displaying numerous features found with todays’ smartphones.
The Lumia 435 will be evaluated at approximately 69 euros (about $80) and the Lumia 532 will cost around 79 euros (about $90). Nevertheless, the prices will vary a little according to the country they are retailed in.
The release of the new gadget enforces the news that Microsoft carries a constant attack on markets that it considers it can still dominate, as Windows Phone gradually loses business in many Western countries.
Since the purchase of Nokia, Microsoft has clearly stated its targets with regards to Windows Phone. Rather than quickly launching devices to keep up with the Galaxy S5s and HTC Ones, it would concentrate on lowering the cost to rival the low-end Android gadgets that dominate the heft of the smartphone industry around the globe. Today, it’s made an alternate stride towards making that desire a reality.It remains to be seen if the company will also succeed in its venture.
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