There's some good news tonight if you happen to live in Brazil: Microsoft's mid-range superstar, the Lumia 535, is now for sale in the country for R$599.00 ($218 USD) — lining right up with pricing that was leaked late last month.
For a quick refresh, the Lumia 535, which is the first Microsoft-branded Lumia device, sports 1GB of RAM and 8GB of storage (with microSD support), two 5MP cameras, and boasts a 5-inch 960 x 540 display.
If you live in Brazil and want to get your hands on this bad boy, you can pick it up from the source link below in your choice of white or black colors.
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