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Microsoft has unveiled the Nokia Lumia 530, its most affordable Windows Phone 8.1 device. Launching in August, it features a quad-core 1.2GHz Snapdragon 200 processor, 512MB of RAM and 5MP camera.
If a device with two SIM card slots just isn't enough, Acer has just the thing for you. Its new €199 Android 4.4 handset has three SIM slots, and is primarily designed for those who travel the world.
Following in the footsteps of the Nokia X and XL, the X+ Dual Sim has also finally been launched in India almost three months after the Android family of Nokia devices was announced.
Microsoft has launched the Lumia 630 in India, with a dual-SIM variant of the Windows Phone 8.1 device going on sale this week, followed by a single-SIM version next month, priced from Rs.10,500.
If you've had enough of recharging your smartphone all the time, Philips may have the phone you need, featuring a huge 5300mAh battery, offering up to 66 days' standby and 33 hours of talk-time.
Nokia has announced the 108, an ultra-affordable handset for emerging markets, featuring a 1.8-inch colour screen, up to 31 days of standby time and a VGA camera, for just $29 USD.
Nokia has unveiled new budget phones designed for emerging market. The new devices closely resemble Nokia's earlier efforts to bring some smartphone usability down to a very low price.