By Tim Maytom
Microsoft has unveiled the latest additions to its Lumia smartphone range at Barcelona’s Mobile World Congress with the Lumia 640 and 640 XL, two devices aimed at low-to-mid budget consumers.
The phones come in a variety of colours and include 8GB of storage, a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor with 1GB of RA and both include front-facing cameras, previously absent from the lower end of the Lumia line.
The Lumia 640 offers a 5 inch HD screen with 5MP rear camera and 1MP front-facing camera, while the 640 XL is larger, with a 5.7 inch display, 13MP rear camera and 5MP front lens.
Both devices come with a one-year subscription to Office365, granting owners access to the full Office suit on the Lumia, plus one tablet and one PC or Mac, as well as 1 terabyte of storage on OneDrive and 60 minutes of Skype call-time a month for 1 year.
The 640 will be released in April, retailing at €139 (£101) for a 3G version and €159 for the LTE variant, while the 640 XL will be in stores by the end of this month, priced at €189 for the 3G version and €219 for the LTE.
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