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T-Mobile - Nokia Lumia 635 (White) - No Contract

T-Mobile - Nokia Lumia 635 (White) - No Contract

T-Mobile - Nokia Lumia 635 (White) - No Contract is rated4.1232 out of5 by349.
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$79.00

  • 4.5-inch display
  • 5MP camera with 720p HD video
  • 8GB storage/microSD 128GB
  • Windows Phone 8.1
 

Quantity:

  • 4.5-inch display
  • 5MP camera with 720p HD video
  • 8GB storage/microSD 128GB
  • Windows Phone 8.1

 

 

Overview

You've got the power

Speed isn’t a problem for the Nokia Lumia 635. Packing an advanced quad-core processor and supporting a microSD card (up to 128GB), the Lumia 635 performs blazingly fast with plenty of room for all your selfies. It has a stunning 4.5-inch display that’s easy on the eyes and all the latest Windows Phone features. And all for a price you'll love.

Colors as bold as you

Colors as bold as you

Variety is the spice of life. The Lumia 635 embraces this with several electrifying phone shell colors for you to pick from. Now you can switch things up whenever you want. Oh, and trying on a new shade is, well, a snap.

Wired Quote

"These phones might look playful, but they mean business…" — Wired

Meet Cortana, your new BFF

Meet Cortana, your new BFF

With the new Windows Phone 8.1, comes the personal assistant who gets to know you. She uses what she's learned to help you throughout the day. Hungry? She'll recommend restaurants tailored to your tastes. Driving? She'll call your sweetie for you, just ask. Lonely? She'll sing you a tune.

Space matters

Space matters

Space isn’t an issue for the Lumia 635. It comes with 8GB built in and an additional 15GB of free cloud storage on OneDrive. So you’ll have plenty of room for all the apps, photos, videos, and more that you love.

Get with the Word Flow

Get with the Word Flow

Gliding is the new typing with the Word Flow keyboard—one of the new exciting Windows Phone 8.1 features. Now you can type faster with one of the most intuitive smartphone keyboard out there. Just glide your finger over the screen to type what you want to say.

Spreading appiness

Spreading appiness

The Lumia 635 comes with many of the apps you love. You can edit documents with Microsoft Word, listen to personalized radio with Nokia MixRadio, and get where you need to go with the Nokia HERE apps. And that’s just a taste, there’s thousands of more apps available at Windows Phone Store.

Tech specs

Platform

Windows Phone 8.1

Processor

Quad-core 1.2 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 400

Memory1

512MB RAM

8GB mass memory

Networks

LTE network bands: 4,7; LTE max data speed DL: 100 Mbps; LTE max data speed UL: 50 Mbps

Display

4.5-inch with FWVGA 854 x 480 resolution

FWVGA 854 x 480 resolution

24-bit/16M colors; 221ppi

16:9 aspect ratio

Nokia ClearBlack Technology

Corning Gorilla Glass 3

Lumia color profile

Wide-viewing angle

Battery2

1830mAh lithium ion, removable

Main camera

5MP

Auto focus

4x digital zoom

Video camera

720 pixels

Video streaming

Video playback

Video zoom

Continuous autofocus

Audio

Playback file formats: 3G2, 3GP, MP4, WMV, AVI, M4V, MOV

Dimensions

5.09 x 2.62 x 0.36 inches (LxWxH)

Weight

4.73 ounces

Ratings and reviews

Rated 5 out of5 by fromSmart buy for a smartphoneUnbelievable phone for the price. Have owned an iPhone and a Droid but I am a Windows phone convert, especially 8.1 with Cortana. I bought a Lumia 521 earlier this year while I decided which higher end Windows phone I was going to buy. After my research I am so glad I waited for this phone to come out. I saved a bundle and I am blown away how, with relatively modest hardware specs, this phone is so fast and fluid with every task. The only reason I would recommend anyone buy a higher end Lumia is for screen size. 4.5" is an improvement but a perfect size would be 4.7". At any rate I think I will have this phone a very long time!
Date published: 2014-09-19
Rated 5 out of5 by fromsolid devicePurchased this phone as an inexpensive way to test the waters, if you will.While far from the most spec-heavy device on the market, it is one of two options for T-Mobile (someone fix that please).There is only one camera, and it is not great. Not even good, really.Other than that, I haven't found much to complain about. I like the way it looks, it's responsive, fast, and the screen is nice and bright. The keyboard is actually better than other mobile keyboards I've tried.I think the OS is beautiful.I'm not one to use something like Cortana but it works well for what it is.There needs to be some more apps in the store, but hopefully people will get excited about Windows phone and do something about it. Might even attempt it myself.
Date published: 2014-09-12
Rated 4 out of5 by fromFeels like it punches above its weight.I just switched to the Lumia 635 from the Nexus 5. I wanted to use Cortana, since virtual assistant programs have become vital to me and it seemed like she's the best. I don't necessarily think of it as an upgrade. The screen could be much sharper, and it hangs a bit when I'm switching screens. That being said, this is a $130 phone that feels like something much more expensive. I like the customizability and integration with my Microsoft account, as my primary work computer is a Surface Pro. When Microsoft decides to release a higher end phone on T-Mobile, I'll be there on the first day.
Date published: 2014-10-19
Rated 3 out of5 by fromGood Phone with Heat IssuesOne of the things I like the most in the Nokia/Microsoft phones is the camera technology. The auto-contrast on the camera is outstanding. One downside is that the 635 will heat up greatly at times, if left in a backpack, for example. It is very responsive to touch input. The separate frame (but part of the overall touch screen) for the "back", "home", and "search" does not respond as well as a hardware level navigation (eg. 521). At times I think the software logic gets confused if I'm touching a navigation button or simply some lower part of the screen. I would definitely prefer separate hard/soft navigation buttons. I would still buy this phone again, but the heat does seem to be an issue and concerns me a little bit. I give the 635 a rating of 3.5.
Date published: 2015-05-04
Rated 5 out of5 by fromThe best smartphone on the market!No, not for the price. Period. It really replace a FitBit as it has a sensor pack inside, but I still appreciate have the vibration alarm and floor counter on my FitBit Force. No, I don't have any rashes. Also, sometimes I'd rather leave my phone on the desk and I like the sleep monitoring. Moving on. The battery life, Cortana, Miracast, and low battery use wifi make this phone the most amazing phone I have ever encountered. One could be picky about the camera (no dedicated camera button and the focus functionality seems questionable) but as a phone its perfect.
Date published: 2014-07-29
Rated 5 out of5 by fromGreat functionality awesome ease of access byI bought my phone last month on the 3rd and I love the way of going no problems at all.This was the best decision I made. For a purchase on a long time. I've owned many Android phones this phone is so much more than any of them I've had just love it. I day any one looking for a great phone buy a Windows phone. Wait a month before you post anything about your experience with it. Take a little time to get to know your phone.Don't know what I would have said if I did not wait. But thank you Microsoft for a very good phone.
Date published: 2014-12-03
Rated 5 out of5 by fromSimply a Bargain!I had Nokia 920 that I smashed and my contract was up so I wanted something off contract that was a windows phone, I had a Samsung focus before the 920.Less than $100 and no contract my monthly bill went down $25! And it is simpler and easy to use. Good battery life and I've taken plenty of nice photos with the camera and many in low light.I have an iPhone 5 for work and this is much easier to use and I don't have to keep rebooting it like I do the iPhone.I just can't see why anyone would not like it, unless you want to take mindless photos of Yourself all day.
Date published: 2015-01-13
Rated 5 out of5 by fromNokia Lumia 635 is a good investment!!I had Android phones for years & last year I decided to buy the S4 & started shopping for one. Then I saw an article in the Seattle Times, the financial page & it was all about Microsoft investing in Nokia. It listed all the details about the new phones & Microsoft's plan to become a leader in the market with the new phones running Windows 8.1. I was nervous about changing from Android but I made the leap. I bought the Lumia 635 & it has proven to be one of the best decisions' I've ever made. The Lumia is faster & more reliable with more space then any other phone I've had. And altho I 've tried to handle it with care, I've dropped it & ricocheted it off hard surfaces & still it looks & works great. So it's durable as well!!
Date published: 2015-02-27
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