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Price List of Microsoft Mobile Phones in India | 2016

This page gives you list of all Microsoft Mobile Phones in India with latest price. You can see 10 products for Microsoft Mobile Phones tracked by Pricebaba. List last updated today, 3rd December 2016.

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Top 10 Microsoft Mobile Phones Price List

Microsoft Mobile Phones ListLatest PriceValue for Money
Microsoft Lumia 950 XLRs. 28,99080 / 100
Microsoft Lumia 535 Dual SimRs. 6,58958 / 100
Microsoft Lumia 640 XL Dual SIMRs. 10,00064 / 100
Microsoft Lumia 540 Dual SIMRs. 7,39958 / 100
Microsoft Lumia 950Rs. 43,99972 / 100
Microsoft Lumia 550Rs. 7,99957 / 100
Microsoft Lumia 640 Dual SimRs. 9,99954 / 100
Microsoft Lumia 430 Dual SIMRs. 5,39954 / 100
Microsoft Lumia 532 Dual SIMRs. 8,00054 / 100

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Microsoft is a multinational technology company headquartered in Redmond, Washington that is into various sectors like computer software, consumer electronics, personal computers and services. Microsoft is best known for its Windows line of Operating system that are running on a majority of computers and laptops around the world. Some of their well known hardware products are the Xbox gaming consoles and the Microsoft Surface Tablet lineup.

The company was founded by Bill Gates and Paul Allen on 4th April 1975 to develop BASIC interpreters for the Altair 8800 microcomputer. Their first major success was MS-DOS which was their first personal computer operating system. MS-DOS was succeeded by the Windows lineup which now has Windows 10 as its latest operating system. Microsoft also has one of the best office software that are widely used in the market named Microsoft Office. While Microsoft has been known in the software since the 1980s they entered the gaming segment in 2001 with the Xbox gaming console. At the time of launch the Xbox went against the Sony Playstation 2 and caused a big stir in the industry.

In 2006 Microsoft went into the music industry to take on Apple’s iPod with the Zune lineup of portable media players. The Zune didn'’t perform like Microsoft wanted and was finally pulled out in June 2012. Work on Windows Mobile was started in 2004 under the codename "Photon" but was cancelled. Microsoft put team together in 2008 to start working on a Mobile Operating System and ultimately shipped it out in 2009. Big smartphone manufacturers like HTC, Samsung and Sony Ericsson used the operating system for some of their phones. In 2011 Microsoft announced its partnership with Nokia. The Finnish smartphone maker made Windows Mobile its primary OS dropping Symbian.

HTC made the most Windows Phones in 2012 holding almost 44% of the total market. Soon Nokia started to focus on making Windows Phone and by 2013 end had a dominating 89% share of the entire Windows Phone market. Microsoft slowly saw a drop in the enthusiasm from other manufacturers towards Windows phone as they slowly shifted towards Android OS. This only left Nokia being the only mainstream manufacturer to make Windows Phones. On 2nd September 2013, Microsoft announced a deal to acquire Nokia’s mobile handset division, the merger was completed in April 2014 after approval from all major markets. Nokia’s Mobile division is now a subsidiary of Microsoft and is operating under the name Microsoft Mobile.

The Microsoft Lumia 535 was the first smartphone that was produced after the merger while the older smartphone were still sold under the Nokia Lumia branding. Microsoft continued with the Lumia branding and focused on lower end smartphones which populated the sub ten thousand rupees price band. An announcement in 2015 from CEO Satya Nadella stated that Microsoft is slowing down and will be making as few as 6 models in a year for the masses. The new stance means that there will be only 1-2 phones for a given price range while its Android competitors have a lot more devices.
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