Mobile Review: Microsoft Lumia 535

On Tuesday, Microsoft announced the launch of the Lumia smartphone – Microsoft Lumia 535. The first Lumia smartphone without the Nokia name. Affordable, running on the latest Windows Operating System (OS) and equipped with dual SIM functionality, get the full Windows experience at an affordable price!

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With the latest version of the Windows OS on the Lumia 535, users get over-the-air updates and will always have the latest software on their smartphone. Applications such as Skype, Cortana, Office and OneDrive are included as a part of the ultimate Windows experience. OneDrive enables users to edit their documents and gives them up to 15GB of free storage as well.

The smartphone’s wide angle, 5 Megapixel front camera allows users to fit more people in their group selfies. That’s not all, the Lumia phone will come installed with the Lumia Selfie App, making photo sharing and editing a whole lot more convenient.

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Video calling is now a breeze with Skype pre-installed in the smartphone, making high quality video calls simply just a tap away! Skype works even better with the phone’s wide angle lens, letting you show more of your surroundings to your friends and family.

The dual SIM function allows you to have both your work and personal numbers all in your Lumia 535. This smartphone packed with premium features, comes in a eye-catching colourful design and runs on a quad-core processor giving you a seamless user experience.

According to the Cambodian Times, the Lumia 535 is set to cost around about US$137 before taxes and subsidies.

Check out the full phone specifications below:

Lumia 535 specs