Good bye Nokia, Microsoft launched first Non Nokia Smartphone, Lumia 535

Good bye Nokia, Microsoft launched first Non Nokia  Smartphone, Lumia 535 - Doorsanchar

Microsoft launched first-ever non-Nokia Lumia smartphone, called the Lumia 535. The phone looks much like previous Lumia incarnations with an obvious branding difference. Gone are the Nokia logos, replaced instead by Microsoft’s name on the front — above the screen and written horizontally on the colorful back of the device.

                   Lumia 535 Specification

  • We get a 5 inch qHD (960 x 540), TrueColor, IPS LCD display
  • The Primary and secondary both camera is  5 megapixel
  • Inside Microsoft delivers a 1.2 GHz, quad-core, Qualcomm Snapdragon 200 chipset coupled with 1 GB of RAM
  • The memory department delivers, with 8 GB of internal memory and expandable memory support of up to 128 GB
  • As for the camera, we get a 5 MP AF primary snapper with a LED flash on the back while the front facing unit again gets a capable 5 MP wide-angle unit
  • We get the usual radios including, WLAN IEEE 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.0, and WCDMA connectivity all the way up to Cat 24 (country dependent)
  • All of the above is powered by a 1905 mAh battery that delivers up to 13 hrs on 3G and a standby time of up to 11 days

Microsoft will be launching the smartphone in both single SIM and dual SIM variants. The Lumia 535 will be available in orange, black, bright green, blue and white when it goes on sale this month for an estimated RRP of Nrs 14,000(approx.). The handset is expected to go on sale beginning with China, HongKong and Bangladesh followed by the rest of the markets worldwide.

About Abhinaya Ghimire

Abhinaya Ghimire is a tech savvy person who loves keeping information about ICT and media. Graduated from Kathmandu University in Bachelor of Media Stuides, he is equally involved in making short films, documentaries and also has his own photo blog

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