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Microsoft bought Nokia in 2014, bringing together the Windows Phone operating system and the Lumia brand. The Lumia 535 is the first phone to officially be branded Microsoft.

Microsoft Lumia 640 reviewMicrosoft Lumia 640 review
Microsoft is on a mission to deliver value-for-money smartphones, and the Lumia 640 gives you everything you need, for just a little over 100 on PAYG. With a big HD screen, quadcore processor, 8 megapixel camera, 4G connectivity and a large battery, there's nothing missing from our list of must-have features.
4 starsClick for details
Microsoft Lumia 550 reviewMicrosoft Lumia 550 review
The Microsoft Lumia 550 is an entry-level phone running the Windows Phone 10 operating system. Available for around 100 and on the cheapest Pay Monthly contracts, it offers the basic features required from a smartphone, but is limited by a slow processor and a lack of apps.
3 starsClick for details
Microsoft Lumia 650 reviewMicrosoft Lumia 650 review
The Microsoft Lumia 650 is an entry-level smartphone with a premium, ultraslim and lightweight design. It brings a lot to the table, including a superb OLED screen, a generous 16GB of memory (plus a microSD memory card slot), and the powerful built-in apps of Windows Phone 10. But there are compromises in processing speed, camera quality and battery life, and Windows Phone still lags years behind Android and iOS when it comes to third-party apps.
4 starsClick for details

Microsoft phones reviews & articles (archived)

Microsoft Lumia 435 review - If you're looking for a smartphone costing around 50, your choices are very limited, but the Microsoft Lumia 435 gives you a lot for your money. It's a dinky phone with a decent screen, a dual-core processor and plenty of memory. The cameras are very poor and the battery life not much better, but it's good as a first phone or as a spare.
Microsoft Lumia 535 review - Microsoft's first smartphone is the entry-level Lumia 535. Selling for less than 100, or on very cheap contracts, the phone has a lot going for it, including a huge 5 inch display, a 5 megapixel front camera and good battery life.
Microsoft Lumia 640 XL review - The Microsoft Lumia 640 XL gives you a smartphone with an enormous screen at a low price. Running Windows Phone 8.1, you'll find plenty of pre-installed functionality, although the third-party app market is limited compared with Android or iOS. Still, the benefits of the big screen are attractive, and the phone performs well, delivering a lot of power for the price.
Microsoft Lumia 950 XL review - The Microsoft Lumia 950 XL is a phone for power users, equipped with a fast processor, large high-resolution screen, a big battery and plenty of memory. Most importantly it runs Windows Phone 10, with full support for Office 365 and automatic syncing with OneDrive.
Microsoft Lumia 950 review - The Microsoft Lumia 950 is the first phone to feature Windows Phone 10. It's a highly capable phone, with a powerful processor, an excellent 5.2 inch screen, outstanding camera, plenty of memory, and good battery life. Two things let it down - its plastic build, and the scarcity of third-party apps.


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