Microsoft Outlook Lite Launches For Low-End Android Phones With 1GB RAM In India

By IANS English | Published 03 Aug 2022 15:55 IST
HIGHLIGHTS
  • Outlook Lite app’s 5MB in size and uses extremely low storage on your phone.

  • Optimised to run fast on all devices with 1GB RAM and 2G and 3G networks.

  • Outlook Lite on Android will empower more individuals, schools, universities.

Microsoft Outlook Lite Launches For Low-End Android Phones With 1GB RAM In India

Microsoft has launched Outlook Lite in select markets, including India, for low-end Android devices that do not have all the capabilities to get the best Outlook experience on their smartphones.

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Outlook Lite app is about 5MB in download size and uses extremely low storage on your phone.

It is optimised to run fast on all devices including devices with 1GB RAM with low battery usage. The app works in 2G and 3G networks.

Outlook Lite is available in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, India, Mexico, Peru, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey, and Venezuela.

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"We will review adding support for other countries in the future," the company said.

Outlook Lite on Android will empower more individuals, schools, universities, and small businesses with a solution for their lightweight mobile devices.

"Outlook Lite brings the main features of Microsoft Outlook in a smaller-sized app with fast performance for lightweight devices on any network,” said the company.

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Microsoft Outlook Lite will keep users connected and protected with email, calendar and contacts all in one app.

With intelligent email, spam email protection, calendar organizer and contacts, Outlook Lite lets you do more from one inbox in a lighter, faster way on any network, the company informed.

Outlook Lite's email service works with Outlook, Hotmail, Live, MSN, Microsoft 365 and Microsoft Exchange Online.

"With Outlook Lite, our goal is to make Outlook more accessible to users who are on lightweight mobile devices across the world empowering them to achieve more," said Microsoft.

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