microsoft lumia 535 is the first smartphone to drop nokia name
 
microsoft lumia 535 is the first smartphone to drop nokia name microsoft lumia 535 is the first smartphone to drop nokia name
nov 11, 2014

microsoft lumia 535 is the first smartphone to drop nokia name

microsoft lumia 535 is the first smartphone to drop nokia name
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the microsoft ‘lumia 535’ is the company’s first to drop the nokia name and marks the beginning of the new windows’ smartphone range. the compact 5 x 5 x 5 mobile is available in two models: the 3G single SIM or the 3G smart dual SIM, both of which are loaded with windows 8.1 and the lumia denim update. featuring the same wide-angle, 5 megapixel front-facing camera as the lumia 730 and 735, crystal-clear selfies can be captured and displayed on the 5-inch screen. moreover, it enables the user to get more in shot during skype calls and with the rear-facing 5MP camera, the world can be photographed effortlessly.

 


the integrated microsoft experience
video courtesy of microsoft lumia

 

 

 

the microsoft ‘lumia 535’ functions with a 1.2GHz quad-core processor and 1GB RAM system that makes the previously stated actions as well as the one-swipe center, word flow, live folders and cortana technologies work easily. with the 8GB of memory which is expandable to 128GB with a microSD card, it can store all of the owner’s photos and documents. the cell is designed to be tough and durable whilst at the same time being as vibrant and as colorful as the day it was bought. available in cyan, bright green, bright orange, white, dark grey and black, the ‘lumia 353’ enters markets in november 2014.

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the smartphone in bright orange

 

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the cyan color displays how the phone aims to stay vibrant

 

 


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  • Always been an fan of Nokia, using a Nokia Lumia 1020 now.

    The next purchase will NOT be a Microsoft.

    So there You go, you’ve lost one potential customer from Sweden.

    Kristofer says:

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