Earlier this morning, there were leaks concerning the upcoming Microsoft Lumia 535 that looks set to fill up yet another niche in the smartphone market. Well, we can all forget everything that the leaks have to offer, since the smartphone is now released on an official basis, as it runs on the Windows Phone 8.1 mobile operating system without new owners of the handset having to break the bank should they want to carry one around in their pockets.
With the Microsoft Lumia 535, you will find the 5” display to be of easy viewing, while there is also a wide-angle 5MP front facing camera that ought to cater to those who love to snap selfies, alongside built-in Skype integration that makes one be able to switch seamlessly between voice as well as video calls.
Not only that, you can also be more productive while you are on the road as you will be able to access, edit and share Word, Excel and PowerPoint documents and OneNote notebooks regardless of where you are, thanks to the pre-installed Office suite. In addition, one will also be able to take advantage of the 15GB of free OneDrive cloud storage by saving and synchronizing photos, videos and Office documents, too.
In addition, you will now be able to check out what Cortana, the personal virtual assistant, is all about – do get back to us as to whether Cortana is brilliant enough to be able to anticipate the needs of yourself while it churns out tailored suggestions. Throw Smart Dual SIM into the mix, and you’ve got quite a winner here. Expect the Microsoft Lumia 535 to arrive later this month in bright green, bright orange, white, dark grey, cyan and black colors, where it is tipped to retail for approximately 110 Euros prior to taxes and subsidies. [Press Release]