In this episode of my English short-form podcast called The 5 minute podcast, I talk about the Microsoft Lumia 535 Windows phone that I've been testing for a short while. It has Windows 10 preview version installed. Download and listen to this episode via iTunes or manually from this RSS Feed.
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- I've tested the Microsoft Lumia 535 Windows phone
- very cheap
- feels plastic, especially the sharp edges on the front
- the back feels nice though. Feels like Nokia design
- the phone feels nice in the hand
- the size is perfect with the 5-inch screen
- personally I don't like the removable back and replaceable battery.
- I prefer unibody and as few openings as possible
- I really like the Windows 10 mobile operating system
- the experience with Win 10 on this cheap phone is even better than iOS 8 on the old iPhone 4s
- the UI is great and the phone feels snappy with it
- some Apps start a bit slow though but that's probably because this is a low end phone without a fast CPU and much RAM.
- I like the 5 megapixel front facing “selfie” camera. Great for recording vlogs in 1080p
- if I had to choose something else instead of the iPhone, I would definitely chose this over any Android phone.
- what Microsoft are doing at the moment is much more interesting than what Google are doing.
- the Lumia 535 is a really great phone for its price
- it's a great work phone to be used with Microsoft Office and Outlook
- it beats all cheap Android phones on the market
- it won't replace my iPhone though. Not by far.
- but that's not the point with this phone or this test either.
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