Microsoft completed its acquisition of Nokia some months ago, and now the effects are showing.
Many rumors pointed to a new Lumia Device, which would be the first to ditch the Nokia Branding. It is finally here, and is called the Lumia 535.
It has a 5 Inch Screen with qHD Resolution, which isn’t really stellar (Or perhaps not even acceptable in today’s world of HD and Full HD Screens).
Underneath is a 1.2 Ghz Quad-Core Processor paired with 1GB of RAM, a step up from the low-end Windows Phone Smartphones with only 512MB of RAM.
It will release later in November for 110 Euros ($136 Approximately) in Asia, and then expanding to other Markets. Microsoft seems to be content with targeting with the low-end and the mid-end Market for now, as it is able to offer a more compelling experience at these prices. Microsoft isn’t able to compete well in the high-end Segment.
What do you think of the Nokia 535? Do you think Microsoft’s push at the lower-ends of the Market could pay off?