Nokia Lumia 635 stops by the FCC before reaching AT&T and T-Mobile
The Nokia Lumia 635 may not be the flagship that its size points it out to be, but then again, there is also a market for those that want a decent-sized phone with an enticing price tag. After its recent announcement and launch in certain countries abroad, we’re still waiting for it to reach US shores, and obviously there are steps in that process, which have already begun.
The Nokia Lumia 635 has just stopped by the FCC, and judging by its frequency support of bands AWS 1700/2100 MHz and LTE bands 2, 4, 5, 7 and 17, this is clearly the same device to support both AT&T and T-Mobile. We still don’t have any specific dates for the launch on either of the carriers, but it should be in-line with the next couple of weeks. This device is being promoted as sporting Cortana, so you might have to wait for Windows Phone 8.1 to be fully ready and official for the public.
If you’re in the market for a budget Windows Phone with some decent specifications, this is probably one of your best pics. Let’s see how these carriers decide to price it at launch.