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Microsoft Lumia 550 with Windows 10 OS goes on sale: All you need to know

Microsoft's Lumia 550 has a 4.7-inch HD screen with Glance feature that lets users see their time, date, notifications

By: Tech Desk |
Updated: December 9, 2015 2:14:40 pm
Lumia 550, Microsoft Corp, Lumia 550 specs, Microsoft Lumia 550, Lumia 550 pricing, Lumia 550 features, Microsoft Lumia India launch, Mobiles, smartphones, technology, technology news Microsoft Lumia 550 has gone on sale and is the cheapest Lumia phone with 4G LTE and Windows 10 OS running on it.

Microsoft’s Lumia 550 with 4G LTE and Windows 10 has gone on sale, starting with Europe. The Lumia 550 has been priced at $139, which comes to around Rs 9277, if you don’t include taxes. The Lumia 550 is the cheapest smartphone to run the latest Windows 10 OS for mobile.

Lumia 550 is still listed as coming soon on Microsoft Lumia India website. Microsoft says that other regions around the globe will follow in the coming weeks.

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Lumia 550 has a 4.7-inch HD screen (16:9, 1280×720, 315 ppi) with Glance feature that lets users see their time, date, notifications, and calendar entries without having to unlock or activate your phone.

Lumia 550 has a Qualcomm Snapdragon 210 (MSM8909) 1.1 GHz quad-core processor, five-megapixel rear camera with auto-focus f/2.4 with LED Flash and a two megapixel front camera. It has 1GB RAM, 8GB mass memory and up to 200 GB Micro SD.

Microsoft Lumia 550 comes in matte black and glossy white, and this is a 4G LTE ready smartphone.

Microsoft recently launched the Lumia 950, 950 XL in India starting at prices of Rs 43,699 and Rs 49,399,

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