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The Lumia 435 was unveiled almost exactly two years ago, and was originally priced around $80. It's now available for under $29 unlocked, and is eligible for an official upgrade to Windows 10 Mobile.
The entry-level Lumia 435 was sold for as little as $29.99 over the holiday season - and, more recently, for around $39.99 - but it's now even more affordable, priced at just $24.94 off-contract.
The Lumia 435, Microsoft's entry-level Windows Phone 8.1 handset, is now even more affordable in the US, where it's currently available for just $39.99 off-contract, including free shipping.
The Lumia 435, Microsoft's ultra-low-cost Windows Phone, has become even more affordable in the UK, and is currently available for just £29.99 when purchased with a new £10 pay-as-you-go SIM.
A smartphone user, going by the alias 'Core Down', has successfully modified his Lumia 435 and 520 to include a huge Wi-Fi antenna and even a CPU fan to combat heating issues on the devices.
You can currently pick up Microsoft's entry-level Lumia 435 for just $29.99, while the impressive Lumia 640 is on sale for only $49.99 - both off-contract, and with free shipping available.
The 435 is now one of the most affordable smartphones ever in the UK, available for just £19.99 with a new pay-as-you-go SIM and £10 credit - and it will be one of the first to get Windows 10 Mobile.
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Microsoft's entry-level Lumia 435 is now on sale for only £29.99 (plus a mandatory £10 pay-as-you-go credit top-up) - which might just make it the UK's most affordable Windows Phone ever.
Microsoft has confirmed to Neowin that ten Lumia handsets will be upgraded to Windows 10 Mobile initially, but made it clear that it plans to update "all Lumia devices running Lumia Denim software".
Microsoft has posted a list of phones which it says "will receive a free upgrade [to Windows 10 Mobile] when available" - but it's not clear if those devices not listed will miss out on the upgrade.
A bunch of Microsoft's low-end Lumias are now getting software updates which bring better WiFi connectivity, camera performance, SD card support and more. Users can check for updates right now.
The inexpensive Microsoft Lumia 435 has received a price drop at Walmart as the retailer is now selling the T-Mobile version of the smartphone for just $50 without any contract.
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Microsoft's entry-level Windows Phone, the Lumia 435, is now available from EE for just £24.99 with a £20 pay-as-you-go top-up, offering a 4-inch display, front and rear cameras, 1GB RAM and more.
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Microsoft India has announced a Smart Exchange program, allowing owners of its Asha feature phones to trade in their devices in exchange for discounts of up to 25% off its new Lumia 435 Windows Phone.
The newly launched low-cost Lumia 435 from Microsoft running on Windows Phone 8.1 has gone on sale in the UK, and is available from various carriers as well sim-free from online retailers.
Microsoft's most affordable Windows Phone is now available for just $94.49 in the US - although the retailer's claims that this represents a $200 discount on the usual price are somewhat misleading.
After recently launching the Lumia 435 in the UK, and the 532 in India, Microsoft has brought its two most affordable Windows Phones to Thailand, where they are now available from 2,990 baht ($92).
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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.
Amazon opened pre-orders for the Lumia 435 priced at £88.49 earlier this month, with deliveries starting on March 1 - but another retailer with stock available right now is selling it for just £75.
Microsoft announced the Lumia 435 smartphone last month, and now it seems the device is headed towards UK as Amazon is taking pre-orders for the device with an expected release date of March 1.
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Microsoft wants to share the love in Italy this Valentine's Day, with a special promotion - available for a limited time next month - offering a free Lumia 435 when you purchase a Lumia 535.
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Microsoft is pushing the low-end even lower with its latest handsets, which come with Windows Phone 8.1 and Lumia Denim, and will go on sale next month from just €69 off-contract.
Microsoft continues with its journey towards pushing out low-end Windows Phone devices. In line with this direction, an alleged Lumia 435 has recently passed Brazil's regulating agency, ANATEL.