Microsoft's most affordable Windows Phone is heading to Brazil, where it will be offered with the option of integrated digital TV on board, for just a few dollars more than the standard Lumia 435.
Microsoft today launched its affordable Windows Phone 8.1 device, the Lumia 630, in Brazil - and it has a feature not yet seen on 630s in other parts of the world: integrated digital TV support.
Microsoft are set to invest $100 million into Rio's Porto Maravilha revitalization project, joining companies like Cisco and Lenovo in opening an advanced technology centre in the area.
Microsoft Brasil's president, Emilio Umeoka, said that ideology led Brazil's government astray when it decided to adopt Linux's free software in public sector computers. "If the country closes itself off again -- as it did...