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Microsoft moves on from Nokia with Lumia 535

Microsoft has launched its latest Windows Phone – the Lumia 535 as the first in the Lumia range that’s not Nokia branded.

The Microsoft Lumia 535 has a 5-inch IPS LCD touchscreen display with a 960 x 540 resolution for 220ppi. It’s all powered by a 1.2GHz quad-core processor backed by 1GB of RAM and 8GB of internal storage with microSD slot that has support for up to 128GB of space.

Also See: Lumia Phones to Drop Nokia Branding

The front and rear cameras are both 5-megapixel and the 24mm focal length alongside the selfie app will allow for perfect selfies.

The Lumia will arrive in two versions – a single and a dual-SIM version that will both have 3G, WiFi and Bluetooth for connectivity and will both come with up-to-date Windows Phone 8.1 along with the Lumia Denim Update.

Also See: Microsoft Still Support Nokia Products Despite Microsoft Lumia Rebrand

With the Microsoft Lumia becoming available in cyan, bright green, bright orange, white, dark grey and black it certainly has a great range of colours to choose from.

When the Lumia comes to the EU it will cost €110 which is £85 so it definitely built with budget in mind.

For more info on the dropping of the Nokia brand click here.
and for info on the  #MoreLumia event click here.