Lumia 635 coming soon to AT&T
The new Windows Phone with LTE support dubbed Nokia Lumia 635 is already available in the States through T-Mobile which is the first US carrier having this budget-oriented device in stock, but now we understand that AT&T is the next carrier which will offer the smartphone on the U.S. market.
While AT&T’s version should launch in the coming weeks, thanks to evleaks we are looking at a press render showing the Lumia 635 with carrier’s circular logo on the back. Nokia Lumia 635 is one of the cheapest LTE capable models on the market to date which Microsoft is planning to launch globally through a number of carriers in countries with developed high-speed 4G networks. The phone packs 8GB of storage, microSD slot, quad-core CPU, 4.5 inch screen, 5MP camera and a mid-range battery (1830mAH).
At the same time, Nokia Lumia 930, which is the international version of the Nokia Lumia Icon for US, has quietly arrived in the country, as the global online retailer Expansys has listed the phone on its US website, trying to sell it for $699.99 without a contract. At present we have no information whether this version of the smartphone has LTE bands for AT&T or other US carriers, or not.
We will update you as soon as Microsoft announces some official details on availability and pricing on these relatively new Windows Phones.