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Nokia Announces Lumia 930, Lumia 635, And Lumia 630 – Lumia 635 Coming To T-Mobile

Nokia Announces Lumia 930, Lumia 635, And Lumia 630 – Lumia 635 Coming To T-Mobile

After the announcement of Windows Phone 8.1, Nokia was finally able to pull the cover off three new Lumia phones. The Lumia 930, 635, and 630. These three phones feature Windows Phone 8.1 out of the box. Along with great specs/price on each.

First, the Lumia 930. This phone is basically a non-Verizon exclusive of the Lumia Icon which has proven to be a great device. It features a 5-inch, 1080p display, and a 20MP PureView camera with OIS. It also has built in support for Qi wireless charging and is powered by a Snapdragon 800 processor clocked at 2.2GHz alongside 2GB of RAM. The 930 will sell for around $600 off-contract and will be available in Asia, Europe, and the Middle East beginning in June.

After unveiling that high-spec flagship phone, Nokia turned to some low cost models. First they showed the Lumia 635 and 630. These two phones look the same with one major difference. The Lumia 630 is available in both a 3G single-SIM and in a 3G dual-SIM variants while the Lumia 635 is available in only a single variant. That is a single-SIM 4G capable device.

Both devices have 4.5″ inch displays that are powered by Snapdragon 400 processors. They are also available in several colors with the ability to swap shells like on the Moto G. Both the 635 and 630 will be the first devices running Windows Phone 8.1 out of the box and will start selling in May. They will be available starting in Asia, followed by the Middle East, South America, and Europe. Starting in July both devices should hit retail shelves in the U.S. T-Mobile has already confirmed that they are planning to carry the device when it hits the U.S. 

Pricing will vary by device. The different configurations are priced below.

  • Lumia 630 Single-SIM 3G – $160
  • Lumia 630 Dual-SIM 3G – $170
  • Lumia 635 Single-SIM 4G – $190
  • Lumia 930 – $600+

Are you planning to get any of these phones? Let us know in the comments!

Via: Pocketnow

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