Microsoft explains why the Nokia Lumia 635 was removed from its store, blames inaccurate info
Nokia Lumia 635 went up for pre-orders in the US last week. The LTE enabled handset was available for AT&T and T-Mobile users, but the listing was later removed without any possible explanation. Recently, we got in touch with Microsoft, and they said the listing was removed because it contained inaccurate information. The pricing and availability date of the Lumia 635 will be announced at a later date by carriers.
“Recently a Nokia Lumia 635 pre-order offer for AT&T and T-Mobile customers was published on the Microsoft Store, and was subsequently removed as it included inaccurate information. We expect pricing and availability for the Lumia 635 to be announced by our U.S. carrier partners at a later time,” Microsoft’s spokesperson said in a statement to Winbeta.
The handset will go on sale in the UK from July 3rd, and we could expect the handset to hit the US during a similar timeframe. We’ll update you as soon as we get any information about the availability and pricing of the Lumia 635 in the US.
Spec-wise, you get a 4.5-inch display with a quad-core Snapdragon processor and 512MB of RAM on board. There’s 8GB internal storage with a microSD card slot, and a 5MP camera for photos and videos, as well as a 1,830 mAh battery. On the software side, it runs Windows Phone 8.1 as its operating system out of the box.Further reading: Lumia 635, Microsoft, Nokia