If your budget is tight but you still want the new notifications and other stuff coming with Windows 10, Microsoft has your back – given that you’re within our borders. It just launched the 4-inch Lumia 430 Dual SIM model that’s Windows 10-ready for around 1000 bucks. For such a price, you’ll get about what you’d expect: a WVGA display, 1.2GHz dual-core Snapdragon 200 CPU, 8GB of upgradeable storage and a 1,500 mAh battery. Unfortunately, the biggest compromise is with the cameras: it has a meager 2-megapixel front/0.3-megapixel shooters that will make for passable selfies and not much else.
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As the name gives away, it also packs “intelligent” dual-SIMs. The Lumia 530, for instance, retails at $100-plus, but is available on the street as low as $40. There’s also the new Lumia 640 and 640XL – the latest LTE / 4G devices to join the Lumia portfolio – though those go for around R200 more. Per month. Budget models aside, however, there’s still no sign of a high-end Lumia model created by Microsoft without any help from Nokia.