Microsoft Lumia 535 – Unveiled!


Microsoft’s first Lumia device has been officially unveiled. The addition to the Windows Phone family is the Microsoft Lumia 535 which comes in two essences. 3G Single SIM or 3G Smart Dual SIM both running the Windows Phone 8.1 and the Lumia Denim Update out of the box.

With no new flagship devices schemed this year, Microsoft starts (after acquiring Nokia) with a low cost Lumia device and I feel that this is a good move from the Redmond for the reason that the low end Lumia devices sells better and has even pushed the Lumia sales including the Windows Phone market share.

This device includes

  • A 5-inch qHD display (960 x 540) IPS LCD
  • 1.2 GHz quad-core processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 200
  • 1GB of RAM
  • 8GB Internal Storage
  • Memory Expandable via Micro SD card to 128GB
  • 5MP Front Facing Camera
  • Rear 5MP Camera with a LED flash.
  • 1905 mAh battery


Click HERE to view the complete specification of the Microsoft Lumia 535.


This phone is a blend of awesomeness for many and I personally think this device is actually a fusion of the Nokia Lumia 530 and the Nokia Lumia 730. This has the same technical spec as that of the Nokia Lumia 530 except for the RAM and almost same design while the wide angle 5MP front facing camera and 1 GB RAM are identical to the 730. The NFC, processor and the wireless charging are the only gap on this device otherwise this would have killed the Nokia Lumia 7 and the 6 series.

Here is a quick walk through about the Microsoft Lumia 535

“To add an extra layer of protection or some additional style, a cover has been created that perfectly complements the Lumia 535.”


This device can be anticipated by this month and the retail price is expected to be 110 EUR. Sales start in China, Hong Kong, Bangladesh and other countries to follow. The Microsoft Lumia 535 is available in cyan, bright green, bright orange, white, dark grey, and black.


This phone isn’t all that different from Nokia devices that has come before except for the Microsoft Branding. “Nokia Lumia” still sounds better than “Microsoft Lumia” but this is just the first Windows Phone smartphone to carry the Microsoft branding. Check this out !

Source – LumiaConversations