Microsoft recently announced two new additions to its Lumia lineup of smartphones: the Lumia 435 and the Lumia 532. Both handsets are expected to be launched next month most likely in European and Asian markets. These Lumia smartphones will be offered by Microsoft for a price not exceeding $100.
At only $77, the Lumia 435 is the most budget-friendly among the two new offerings. It features a 4-inch display screen with an 800 by 480 resolution, as well as a 2-megapixel camera on the rear side.
The Lumia 435 is powered by a 1.2 GigaHertz dual-core Qualcomm processor and has 1 gigabyte of random access memory (RAM) as well as 8 gigabytes of internal storage. It is designed for 3G networks so it will not be able to work on faster LTE networks.
It is now official. With the unveiling of its latest mobile device, Microsoft has officially dropped the Nokia branding from its smartphones once and for all. On Monday, the tech giant introduced the Lumia 535, which is part of the Nokia smartphone family that existed long before Microsoft completed its $7.2 billion purchase of the Finnish mobile manufacturing company this year. But this time around, instead of retaining the once dominating Nokia branding, the new device is labeled as a Microsoft device (similar to other Microsoft gadgets like the Xbox or Surface).
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