Nokia Lumia 635 coming to T-Mobile, MetroPCS and AT&T

Nokia Lumia 635 coming to T-Mobile, MetroPCS and AT&T
No sooner had the Nokia Lumia 635 been introduced, than three U.S. carriers quickly announced that the phone would be available for their customers this summer. T-Mobile, MetroPCS and AT&T all announced that they will be carrying the entry-level Windows Phone 8.1 model. T-Mobile has high expectations for the phone, saying that it will be more popular than the Nokia Lumia 521. Considering that the Lumia 521 is a twin of the most popular Windows Phone model (the Nokia Lumia 520), that is saying a mouthful.

The Nokia Lumia 635 will also be made available for customers of MetroPCS, the pre-paid carrier that is owned by T-Mobile. Pricing hasn't been disclosed for either carrier, although Nokia said that the phone would be priced at $189. T-Mobile has a placeholder up on its website, which you can see by clicking on the sourcelink.

AT&T, the nation's second largest carrier, announced that it too will be offering the Nokia Lumia 635. The mobile operator added that it was the first carrier to offer a Nokia branded Windows Phone model, that it was the first to offer a Windows Phone with LTE connectivity, and that it has the largest selection of Windows Phone models to choose from.

While we might not know the exact release date, we are told by T-Mobile that the Nokia Lumia 635 will be the first handset to come with Windows Phone 8.1 out of the box. The phone will be equipped with a 4.5 inch ClearBlack display with 480 x 854 resolution, and will be powered by a quad-core Snapdragon 400 CPU. The Nokia Lumia 635 will be available in 5 colors, and offer changeable shells for those who like to customize their handset.

source: T-Mobile, AT&T via WMPoweruser


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