Dual SIM Windows 8.1 Phone, Nokia Lumia 530, launched in Nigeria
Microsoft has launched the Nokia Lumia 530 Dual SIM (RM-1019) budget-level smartphone in Nigeria today. The smartphone has a MRP (maximum retail price) of 20,000 naira in the West African country which also has the largest economy and population in Africa.
The Nokia Lumia 530, spec-wise, houses a 4-inch screen like it’s predecessor, the Lumia 520 which is Nokia’s most-popular Windows Phone till date. However, the Lumia 530 has a higher resolution at 480 x 800 pixels even though it has the same price point as the 520.
Powering the smartphone is a Snapdragon 200 chipset alongside 512MB of RAM. The device sports a 5MP camera at the back and like already stated, it runs on Microsoft’s latest version of Windows OS for mobile, WP8.1.
The phone has a 1430mAh Li-Ion user-removable battery and it’s connectivity prowess include 3G, A-GPS, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and an FM radio.
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