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Microsoft promises unrivalled experience with introduction of Lumia 535 Dual Sim


Microsoft has announced the availability of its globally acclaimed Lumia 535 Dual Sim 3G Smartphone in Ghana offering five great integrated Microsoft experiences, a wide-angle 5 megapixel front facing camera, and a spacious 5 inch display protected with Gorilla Glass 3.
The Lumia 535 Dual SIM which helps people do more of what they want, for less is now available in retail stores across Ghana.
With the new Lumia 535 Dual Sim, one can now make memorable Skype video calls likewise seamlessly switch between voice and video with built-in Skype integration; access, edit and share Word, Excel and PowerPoint documents and OneNote notebooks wherever one is, with the pre-installed Office suite.
One can also save and sync photos, videos and Office documents securely with 15GB of free One Drive cloud storage and connect with work and personal e-mail while on the go, with Microsoft Outlook built-in.
Kola Osinowo, Business Lead, Microsoft Mobile Devices & Services, said, “Ghanaian’s are inspired everyday and want to turn that inspiration into reality and ultimately business opportunities. Our Lumia smartphones gives them the power and tools to make this happen. We are committed to delivering the power of everyday mobile technology to everyone through our devices and services such as OneDrive, Outlook, Skype, Bing, Outlook, and Xbox Live which power them. The new Microsoft Lumia 535 Dual SIM sets the benchmark in bringing the best of the Windows at a very pocket friendly price point to consumers in Nigeria."

Already, Microsoft Devices’ partners and distributors are excited about the arrival of the Lumia 535 as they believe it will further meet a growing demand for an unrivalled experience in the mobile devices market.
Senior Marketing Manager, Olumide Balogun, adds that the Lumia 535 Dual SIM is made especially for individuals who want to turn their ideas into amazing things. “Our smartphones are designed with purity and intuition at heart- from the top of our range right down to the most affordable device, everything works together to get things done.”
Designed to be tough and durable and stay as vibrant and colorful as the day you bought it, the Lumia 535 Dual SIM will be available in bright green, bright orange, white and black.

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