Lumia 532 and Lumia 435

Microsoft today announced new smartphones to add to the existing Lumia family line- the Lumia 435, Lumia 532. Lumia 435 is Microsoft’s first smartphone of the 400-series and is the most affordable Lumia smartphone yet.

With the Lumia 435 and Lumia 532, we’ve realized our goal of creating the most affordable Lumia devices to date, opening up the opportunity to reach those people who are buying a smartphone for the very first time. Lumia 435 and Lumia 532 deliver competitive hardware alongside innovative software that will continue to receive the very latest updates and enhancements, keeping users up-to-date with the best new features.“, mentioned Microsoft on their conversations page.

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Both the smartphones come with Windows Phone 8.1 along with Lumia Denim update and the obvious Microsoft Office pre-loaded and both come with Lumia Camera out of the box.

Lumia 435 is powered with a 1.2 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 200 Processor  whereas Lumia 532 lets users do a bit more with the quad-core processor. Both the phones come in single SIM as well as Dual SIM variants.

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The phones will be available in colors of bright Orange, bright Green, Black and White. In case you wish to change the color of the phone, you could swap its back cover with a new shell which will be available in orange, green and white.

The Lumia 532 and 435 will start rolling out to the market in February in select countries in Europe, Asia- Pacific, India, the Middle East and Africa. The cost of Lumia 435 is estimated to be around 69 euros which amounts to around Rs. 5050 in Indian currency and the Lumia 532  will cost around 79 euros which amounts to Rs.5800 in Indian currency.

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