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Cheapest Microsoft Lumia 640 Dual SIM Price in Singapore is S$ 310.00

The Microsoft Lumia 640 Dual SIM is now available in Singapore. The cheapest Microsoft Lumia 640 Dual SIM price in Singapore is S$ 310.00 from Lazada. Microsoft Lumia 640 Dual SIM price details are updated October 2019.

Microsoft Lumia 640 Dual SIM Specs

Screen Size 5.0"
Display Resolution 720 x 1280pixels
Pixel Density 294ppi
Scratch Resistant No
Water Resistant No
Rear Camera Resolution 8MP
Dual camera No
Front Camera Resolution 1MP
Battery Capacity 2500mAh
Talk Time 20h
Processor Quad Core
Operating System Windows Phone
Expandable Memory Yes
Card Slot Yes
Release Year 2015
Body Material Plastic
USB Connectors Micro-USB
Wi-Fi Standard 802.11b
Dual SIM Yes
SIM Card Micro-SIM
Waterproof No
Virtual Reality Capable No
Heart Rate Sensor No
LED Notification Light Yes
Face Recognition No
Iris Scanner No
Fingerprint Scanner No
FM Radio Yes
3D Touch No

Reviews of Microsoft Lumia 640 Dual SIM
Reviewed on 2015-06-26
Many of the latest flagship smartphones can cost upwards of S$1,000. If you don't feel like paying that premium, there's great value to be found in mid-range mainstream smartphones, many of which now boast flagship features like Full HD displays and 64-bi...
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Reviewed on 2015-08-03
Very affordable, Has brightly colored, interchangeable back covers, Runs Windows OS smoothly
Keyboard is difficult to use, Testers disliked the device's look and feel, Device is difficult to use overall, Had low scores in our performance test
The Lumia 640 LTE was one of Microsoft's first Nokia-branded smartphones. It was also a budget release, targeting consumers who are looking to save some dough on their smartphones. That being said, the Lumia 640 LTE operating system is surprisingly smooth...
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Reviewed on 2015-07-11
Battery life, design, price
Speakers, Windows Phone ecosystem needs work
A couple months ago we reviewed Microsoft's Lumia 640 XL, a large screen Windows Phone without the big price tag. We've been using the smaller sibling of the 640 XL for the past few weeks now and see how it compares in our Lumia 640 LTE review.Before we...
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Reviewed on 2015-06-17
The Microsoft Lumia 640 isn't all that remarkable on its own. It's another Windows Phone device, made by the people who up until this past year were known as Nokia. Now it comes from Microsoft, and it's ready to roll for a cool $130 USD. That's a good val...
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Reviewed on 2015-06-16
The group that was once Nokia's mobile division has gone through a great number of changes in the past few years. After declining sales of Symbian devices, the company decided to go all in with Microsoft's Windows Phone platform. In a very short time, Nok...
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Reviewed on 2015-06-06
The Lumia 640 was one of Microsoft's first Windows Phone for the year, and one I was excited about on launch. Despite being a 6-series non-flagship series device, the Lumia 640 had a lot going for it. After the review was up, I had a choice between using...
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Reviewed on 2015-06-06
SensorCore, pedometor, NFC, Miracast support, Decent camera with Rich Capture features, Good screen & pixel density, Removable battery, Replaceable battery covers with multiple color options, Comfortable ergonomic form factor & design, Great price, MixRa...
Old version of Glance Mode doesn't show as much info, Low resolution front facing camera, No wireless charging option, Back cover seems to scratch easily, Spare BV-T5C batteries are expensive and hard to find,
Ever since Microsoft bought Nokia's mobile device division, the Lumia line of Windows Phones has been focusing on affordable smartphones that still bring a lot of good-enough features with less compromises. This is probably a good strategy, since I'm sure...
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Reviewed on 2015-06-02
130 cost makes it extremely affordable, Distinctive Lumia design with bright color options, Same camera app experience as other highend Lumias, Call quality is pretty clear
Underpowered rear speaker, Choppy performance with gaming, Soft details with 1080p video recording
Alas, the Nokia name is no longer attached to Lumia, replaced instead by its new caretaker - Microsoft. The change became more pronounced during Mobile World Congress 2015 earlier this year, where both the Lumia 640 and 640 XL were unveiled at Microsoft'...
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Reviewed on 2015-05-29
Back in March, at Mobile World Congress 2015, Microsoft unveiled two new additions to its range of Windows Phones: the Lumia 640 and its larger sibling, the Lumia 640 XL . Many people – including some of us at Neowin – rolled their eyes at the arrival of...
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Reviewed on 2015-05-22
The Lumia 640 is a low-cost Windows Phone that represents an incredible value for prepaid customers. The phone covers the basics in spades and comes with juicy extras. If you're a fan of Windows Phone and prefer the prepaid route, look no further than th...
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Reviewed on 2015-05-20
Decent hardware, including a 5inch 720p display, LTE support, and a removable battery. Tough, dependable chassis.
Mediocre camera and performance relative to other budget smartphones. Windows Phone is a neglected operating system. Not competitively priced against the secondgen Moto G.
Since Microsoft acquired Nokia's smartphone division, the company has focused its efforts on mid-range and entry-level handsets, where Windows Phone has been most popular. In less than two years, Microsoft's Lumia line has welcomed 11 smartphones priced u...
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Reviewed on 2015-05-11
The Lumia 640 is the latest midrange phone from Microsoft and it's important to clarify that this phone deserves to be called a mid-range phone and not be mixed up with the new Lumia 540 and Lumia 435. In addition to a jump in features such as Glance Scre...
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Reviewed on 2015-05-08
The Lumia 620 has a soft spot in my heart as my very first smartphone and by association my very first Windows Phone device. It was succeeded by the Nokia Lumia 625, and then 630/5/6/8. For a 620 owner, both of these devices lacked the good enough feel of...
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Reviewed on 2015-05-08
swappable back cover, battery is removable, dual SIM cards, diverse software package, good GPS location capabilities, takes good photos in low-light conditions, precise touchscreen, bright display and pretty accurate colors, good speaker, good voice tran...
fairly high power consumption, front-facing camera is almost unusable, details in photos often washed out, no USB cable included, speaker can sound muffled at times
Middle management. The Lumia 640 improves upon the predecessor in several areas. The middle-class smartphone features swappable covers and very decent software - but is that good enough to beat out the stiff competition?...
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Reviewed on 2015-04-30
Both the screen and camera are among the best you'll find at this price, you can swap out the back panels for fresh colours, and the Windows Phone software is easy to use
The front camera has a very poor resolution, the battery life is short, and the under-stocked app store won't please anyone wanting the latest apps and games
The budget end of the phone market is dominated by a slew of Android phones, most of which have near-identical black or grey designs and the same outdated software that slogs through even the basics.The Microsoft Lumia 640 is a bit different however. It's...
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Reviewed on 2015-04-27
The Lumia 640 has been on the market for some time, but its larger (big boned) sister, the XL ‘phablet' version complete with Windows 8.1 is yet to reach stores. Techworld gets a feel of both devices pre-release.The smaller Lumia 640 comes in a variety of...
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Reviewed on 2015-04-27
Sharp display with good viewing angles, Handles daytoday tasks with ease  Good build quality and compact size
Average cameras, Expensive considering the competition
"The Lumia 640 is a big improvement over its predecessor, but can it stand up to the competition? Our review has the answer"Microsoft's new duo of mid-range smartphones, the Lumia 640 XL and Lumia 640 recently went on sale in India. While the former is ta...
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Reviewed on 2015-04-20
Even though we reviewed the more unusual and unique Lumia 640 XL first, don't be deceived - it's the vanilla 640 that will receive the lion's share of Microsoft's marketing and the lion's share of the resulting sales. It's cheaper, more normally sized, ye...
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Reviewed on 2015-04-15
Sharp 720p screen, Strong camera, Great battery life
Glossy body lacks sex appeal
Microsoft Lumia 640 review: glorious screen, smart camera tech and impressively awesome value for money make this a great phone for all.Unmistakably a Lumia phone from the second you pull it from the box, the Lumia 640 is another slab of colourful plastic...
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Reviewed on 2015-05-13
Excellent battery life, Large 5-inch screen, Well priced, 4G connectivity
Some popular apps still missing from Windows Phone, Camera quality reflects the low price
A lot has changed in the ten months that followed the release of the Nokia Lumia 635 . A deluge of capable smartphones boasting competitive prices have since launched, and now the low-end of the market is crowded.And in that time Nokia has been absorbed i...
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