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Microsoft Mobile Device introduces Lumia 640 XL in Ghana



 By: Fred Yaw Sarpong

Microsoft Mobile Devices has introduced the Lumia 640 XL smartphone onto the Ghanaian market.

The device is the latest smartphone to be introduced among the Lumia family. The Lumia 640 XL offers more personal computing and increased productivity through seamlessly integrated Microsoft Office experiences such as OneDrive storage and fast 4G connectivity.

The Lumia 640 XL will upgrade to and benefit from Windows 10 as it becomes available on the market.

The new device is a dual SIM which is smooth and quick to access important documents or run all of the customer favourite websites, apps and games through iton-board with 1GB of memory and powerful quad core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor.

Introducing the Lumia 640 XL onto the Ghanaian market, the Head of Marketing, Microsoft Mobile Devices & Services for West Africa, Mr Olumide Balogun explained that the phone comes with the latest version of windows phone 8.1 and the Lumia Denim update which has a complete one-swipe Action Centre, Word Flow and Live Folders.

He said the Lumia 640 XL can capture rich photos even in low light with the help of it 13 MP cameras on the phone and with it LED flash.

Additionally, the Lumia 640 XL offer the consumer view photos and watch videos on a crisp 5.7” HD display and it has a long-lasting 3000 mAh battery that helps the consumer to enjoy 24 hours of talk time.

It also gives the consumer up-to-date features through it regular update of windows including the benefits of windows 10 services.

“People are looking for a device which brings them more flexibility to switch easily between work and play, without breaking the bank,” said Balogun.

“The Lumia 640 XL presents a strong option for those customers who want the increased productivity a smart device offers without sacrificing affordability, “said Olumide.

The Lumia 640 XL is available in the usual exciting Microsoft Mobile Colours.

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