Microsoft Mobile Phones Price List in the Philippines May 2017
Microsoft Mobile Phones Price 2017
|Latest Microsoft Mobile Phones||Price|
|Microsoft Lumia 950 Dual SIM||P28,990|
|Microsoft Lumia 950 XL Dual SIM||P22,480 -|
|Microsoft Lumia 950||P23,500 -|
|Microsoft Lumia 950 XL||P22,000 -|
|Microsoft Nokia 216||P1,790 -|
|Microsoft Lumia 550||P6,490 -|
|Microsoft Lumia 540 Dual SIM||P7,990|
|Microsoft Lumia 640 XL||P11,990|
|Microsoft Lumia 640 XL Dual SIM||P11,990|
|Microsoft Lumia 435||P3,390 -|
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As Android user this phone is shit to me it is not user friendly The interface is boring. Just plane black text and white background or vice versa It can't share anything without Internet so what is ...Read more
- Rating : 3.0
- Review by れがらりよ あんとにお
- Date : Dec 19, 2016
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About Microsoft Mobile Phones
Microsoft moves into the mobile phone segment with the great ease and success
Microsoft Mobile was formed after the company acquired Nokia's devices and services, in the year 2014. With a ten-year licensing agreement with Nokia, Microsoft has undertaken to sell smart phones with the tag of 'Lumia' that competes with Samsung's Galaxy lineup. In the Philippines, people have given their full trust to this company because they know that a successor of the brand Nokia will never be a fail.
About formation of Microsoft Mobile
In 2011, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer and Stephen Elop, together and asked that Nokia and Microsoft are to team up with the effect of Nokia adopting Windows phone as its main platform on upcoming smart phones. The deal also included being be used as the default search engine on future Nokia devices. On October 26, 2011, the company unveiled their first Windows 7 based mobile phone with the flagship Lumia 800 model and Lumia 710, which is a mid-range device.
This collaboration, however, did not go well as expected as the company saw a sharp decline in sales that brought them to the position to number 10 from number one, in terms of sales figures. After implementing serious changes of policy and ending about 3500 jobs, the company finally closed one of its most important factories in Romania.
Popular models of Microsoft Mobile smartphones
Microsoft Lumia 1520:
This device comes with a 6 inch, full HD display that makes outdoor readability and navigation extremely easy. With the use of 20 MP camera, you can click outstanding shots in every kind of lighting. It runs on 2.2 GHz 4-Core processor and has 32 GB of internal memory.
Microsoft Lumia 950 XL Dual SIM:
This style of a device comes with a 5.7 inch HD screen and is powered by an octa-core processor that is one of the most powerful in its class. It has 20 megapixel camera with triple LED, and Carl Zeiss optics. Play apps and games in their full glory as it comes with Microsoft Windows 10 OS.
Microsoft Lumia 930:
Extremely sleek and compact, this device comes with a 5 inch full HD display and 20 megapixel camera. As it fits nicely into your hands, you'll notice that this device is a great performer as well because of its 2.2 GHz Quad-core processor.
Currently, Microsoft's mobile division is in Philippines engaged in the production of mobile phones, smart phones, various mobile software, and tablet computers. Even the popular Windows operating system has been made for smart phones that competes against Android OS.