Microsoft Lumia 535

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Microsoft Lumia 535
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Microsoft Lumia 535 RM-1091 model with Windows 10 Mobile
Brand Microsoft
Manufacturer Compal Electronics[1]
Slogan Big on Experience
Series Lumia
Compatible networks GSM/GPRS/EDGE 850/900/1800/1900
HSPA 900/2100 (+ 850/1900 for RM-1018/RM-1020)
Availability by country Available (Single Sim and Dual-Sim variant varies by region)
Predecessor Nokia Lumia 530
Successor Microsoft Lumia 540[2]
Related Microsoft Lumia 430
Type Smartphone
Form factor Slate
Dimensions 140.2 mm (5.52 in) H
72.4 mm (2.85 in) W
8.8 mm (0.35 in) D
Weight 146 g (5.1 oz)
Operating system Windows Phone 8.1 (Lumia Denim)
(Upgradable to Windows 10 Mobile)
System on chip Qualcomm Snapdragon 200 MSM8212
CPU 1.2 GHz quad-core ARM Cortex A7
GPU Qualcomm Adreno 302
Memory 1 GB RAM
Storage 8 GB Internal
Removable storage 128 GB,[3] microSD
Battery 1905 mAh
Data inputs Multi-touch capacitive touchscreen
Display 5-inch IPS LCD, 540x960 resolution, 220ppi, Corning Gorilla Glass 3
Rear camera 5 MP auto-focus, f/2.4 with LED flash, FWVGA 848x480 video
Front camera 5 MP
Connectivity Bluetooth 4.0 + LE
Assisted GPS
GPS/GLONASS
Micro-USB 2.0
Wi-Fi :802.11b/g/n, WiFi Hotspot
Wi-Fi-based positioning system (WPS)
FM Radio, Internet Radio
Other Talk time (2G): up to 11 hours
Talk time (3G): 13 h
Stand-by time: up to 23 days
Maximum cellular network browsing time: 8.5 h
Music playback time: 78 h
Website Microsoft Lumia 535

The Microsoft Lumia 535 is an entry-level smartphone developed by Microsoft Mobile that runs the Windows Phone 8.1 OS and is upgradable to Windows 10 Mobile. The phone features a 5-inch display. It is equipped with a 5 MP front-facing camera.[4] It is the first Microsoft-branded phone to be used after its acquisition of Nokia's mobile phone business.

On May 16, 2015, Microsoft released its successor, the Microsoft Lumia 540, with a better display and an improved camera.[2]

Reception[edit]

Jim Martin from PC Advisor wrote: "We're fans of Windows Phone 8.1 but the Lumia 535 compromises in too many areas to make it a bargain at £100. You're better off with a Motorola Moto E or – if you want 4G – the EE Kestrel."[5]

Katharine Byrne from Expert Reviews wrote that "Microsoft's Lumia 535 is well-built, but poor battery life and a fussy touchscreen makes it frustrating to use."[6]

Issues[edit]

Since the release, users have detected numerous problems regarding the phone's touch screen. Microsoft has stated that these problems are caused by a software bug and released an update in January 2015 to fix it.[7][8] Another update in March partially fixed the issue and users who are still experiencing the issue are advised to contact Microsoft Care.[9][10]

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