Microsoft Lumia 532 can be pegged as a for-starters smartphone with its price in the more ‘affordable’ spectrum and though it was available for around £80 when it was launched, it is now available for £62.98 delivered.
The smartphone is an entry level smartphone from Microsoft and was geared more towards the developing markets where majority of people are budget oriented. Having said that the specifications on the smartphone aren’t all the bad for £62.98.
Powered by Qualcomm MSM8212 Snapdragon 200 chipset [Quad-core 1.2 GHz Cortex-A7, GPU: Adreno 302], the Lumia 532 runs Windows 8.1. Microsoft has already confirmed that Lumia 532 is Windows 10 ready. In one of the updates on its site, Microsoft has noted: “Windows 10 ready, the Lumia 532 smartphone is capable of running mobile games with its Snapdragon processor. Skype, OneDrive, Office and more.”
Those who buy the handset will also be provided with 30GB of OneDrive cloud storage. With internal 8GB storage, you have the option of chucking in a microSD card of up to 128GB to house more data – songs, photos, and movies.