Not too long ago, Nokia Lumia 635 became available via pre-orders in the US at the online Microsoft Store. The AT&T variant came with a $99 price tag, while the T-Mobile version costs $129. In a surprising move, it seems Microsoft has stopped selling the Lumia 635, and the product listings from the site has been removed.
The move was first spotted by WinObs, who found out that the listings have been pulled without any possible explanation. Several conclusions could be drawn from this - there's a chance that someone at Microsoft jumped the gun a little early, putting it on sale online. We've contacted Microsoft for a comment, and will update this post if we get a response. Until then, let us know if you pre-ordered the device from the Microsoft Store, and whether you received any email regarding the removal.
On the specs front, the Lumia 635 sports a 4.5-inch ClearBlack display with 480 x 854 screen resolution. Powered by a 1.2GHz quad-core Snapdragon 400 processor, coupled with 512MB of RAM, Lumia 635 is one of the few handsets that come with Windows Phone 8.1 out of the box. There’s 8GB of internal memory, but hey, now you get 15GB free storage on OneDrive.