Not too long ago, the LTE-enabled Lumia 635 popped up on Microsoft Store for T-Mobile and AT&T. Later, the listings were removed as the company said it contained some inaccurate information. Once again, the Redmond-giant has listed the Nokia Lumia 635 for T-Mobile on Microsoft Store online and is taking pre-orders of the device for $129 off-contract.
As far as we can see, it still contains the same information. It seems someone fired the gun a little early as T-Mobile was getting ready to announce the handset. But, as they have introduced it now, it makes sense for Microsoft to start taking pre-orders as well.
T-Mobile is also taking pre-orders of the device via Home Shopping Network from July 5th, and it will be available from the carrier's website starting July 9th. The handset will also hit T-Mobile's retail stores from July 16th for $0 down and 24 monthly payments of $7. Starting July 18th, MetroPCS will also offer the handset for a promotional price of $99 off-contract.
The AT&T variant of the Nokia Lumia 635 is nowhere to be found, but it should arrive as soon as AT&T announces the Lumia 635 on its network. We'll keep an eye on it and will update you as soon as it hits retail.
The device features a 4.5-inch display, a quad-core Snapdragon with 512MB of RAM and 8GB internal storage with a microSD card slot for expansion. The Lumia 635 offers a similar set of specifications as its other sibling, the Lumia 630, with only one major change: it comes with 4G LTE connectivity. Additionally, it doesn't come with dual-SIM support as well, but it shouldn't be a concern for those who are looking for a budget-friendly LTE device.