Microsoft Lumia 540 Dual SIM Key Specification
About Microsoft Lumia 540 Dual SIM
Microsoft’s latest Lumia phone has a definite edge when it comes to style. With its colorful, translucent rear shells and slick material quality, this is a phone you’d love to run your fingers over and show off in public. However, the internals is a mixed bag and performance is generally weak with sluggish animations and delays when loading apps. The camera is quite impressive, taking wonderfully detailed stills in the day and at night, but video recording has been capped at 480p which is ridiculous. The main thing against this phone is that there are plenty of lower-priced Android phones offering better features, performance, and value. Buy this phone only if you love its looks above all else.
In 1975 Bill Gates and Paul G. Allen, two boyhood friends from Seattle, converted BASIC, a popular mainframe computer programming language, for use on an early personal computer (PC), the Altair. Shortly afterward, Gates and Allen founded Microsoft, deriving the name from the words microcomputer and software. During the next few years, they refined BASIC and developed other programming languages. In 1980 International Business Machines Corporation (IBM) asked Microsoft to produce the essential software, or operating system, for its first personal computer, the IBM PC. Microsoft purchased an operating system from another company, modified it, and renamed it MS-DOS (Microsoft Disk Operating System). Microsoft Corporation, leading developer of personal-computer software systems and applications. The company also publishes books and multimedia titles, produces its own line of hybrid tablet computers, offers e-mail services, and sells electronic game systems, computer peripherals (input/output devices), and portable media players. It has sales offices throughout the world. In addition to its main research and development centre at its corporate headquarters in Redmond, Washington, U.S., Microsoft operates research labs in Cambridge, England (1997); Beijing, China (1998); Sadashivnagar, Bangalore, India (2005); Santa Barbara, California (2005); Cambridge, Massachusetts (2008); New York, New York (2012); and Montreal, Canada (2015). Microsoft dramatically expanded its electronic publishing division, created in 1985 and already notable for the success of its multimedia encyclopedia, Encarta. It also entered the information services and entertainment industries with a wide range of products and services, most notably the Microsoft Network and MSNBC (a joint venture with the National Broadcasting Company, a major American television network).