Microsoft has announced that it will begin selling the dual-SIM version of the Lumia 435 in Brazil next week. It added that it will launch a version of the same Windows Phone in April that will include support for digital TV.
Brazil is the third largest market for Windows Phone devices in the world and the budget-priced Lumia 435 will likely be a popular smartphone. The 4-inch device will be sold in black and white colors next week for R$329 (about $116) in Nokia retail stores along with Claro and Vivo locations. In April, Microsoft will begin selling another version of the Lumia 435 that will support digital TV in Brazil. That version will come in black, white, orange and green and be priced at R$349 (about $123).
Source: Microsoft; Thanks, Guilherme, for the tip!