The Microsoft Lumia 532, which was unveiled last month, may go on sale in India soon, given that its stock has started arriving in the country, as revealed by import tracking website Zauba (see the below image).
According to NPU, which first broke the news, the entry-level device may get priced somewhere between INR 6,999 ($112) and INR 7,499 ($120), and could be released in 2-3 weeks.
As for the specifications, the device is powered by a version of the Snapdragon 200 chipset with a quad-core CPU ticking at 1.2GHz. It sports a 4-inch display of 800x480 pixel resolution, and comes with 1GB of RAM and 8GB of internal memory (expandable up to 128GB via a MicroSD card). A 30GB OneDrive cloud storage is also included.
The smartphone features a 5MP main camera, and a VGA front shooter. It packs a 1,560mAh battery in a an all-plastic body, weighing 136.3g.Via
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Its only the import price. India have a very high tax & duty structure. Thats why why we have phone priced higher always when compared to rest of the world.
Rear camera have doesn't flash... 👎👎👎