Giant tech company Microsoft is introducing two affordable Windows Phone smartphones, the dual core Lumia 435 and its colleague, the Lumia 532, into the market; consumers should spend only a R1 000 before taxes and operator subsides towards purchasing a Lumia 435.
Some of the features found on this new electronic gadget include 1GB of RAM, a 2-megapixel camera and 8GB of expandable storage.
The Lumia 532 will cost 79 pounds. These two mobile devices operate on Windows Phone 8.1; they also offer “core smartphone features, which are designed for customers who are upgrading from feature phones.
The Lumia 532 has quad core processor and expected to take over from the popular Lumia 530. It consists of two cameras, a front-facing camera and a 5-megapixel rear camera. It has much memory if compared with the 530.
Some more features include Skype, a social networking platform, a preinstalled Microsoft Office and 30GB of OneDrive cloud storage. Vice President of Microsoft corporate Jo Harlow had this to say about the Lumia 435 and Lumia 532:
“The phones are the most affordable devices the company has made.”
The two mobile devices will be introduced to “key markets”, namely, Africa, Europe, Asia-Pacific, India and the Middle East in February. The devices are available in different colors such as bright green, bright orange, white and black. They both have a single and dual SIM variants.