Microsoft Officially Kicks Off Sales of Windows Phone 8.1
Microsoft began selling the Nokia Lumia 630 today, marking the official availability and launch of Windows Phone 8.1. Both the Lumia 630 and Windows Phone 8.1 were revealed by Microsoft and Nokia during the former's Build developer conference in April. The 630 is for sale in Asia first, with Europe and the U.S. to follow. It replaces the Lumia 520 and will be sold as the Lumia 635 in the U.S. The timing of the Lumia 635's arrival in the U.S. is unknown at the moment. Windows Phone 8.1 adds a wide range of new features to Microsoft's smartphone platform, including the Cortana virtual assistant, space for more Start screen Live Tiles, and a notification center. Most existing Windows Phone 8 devices will be upgraded to Windows Phone 8.1 this summer, though a developer preview of Windows Phone 8.1 is available to download for free.
Hands-On: Nokia Lumia 630/635
Here are our first impressions of the Nokia Lumia 630 and 635. This entry-level Windows Phone replaces the 520 and offers a lot of smartphone for the buck.
Review: Nokia Lumia 635 for T-Mobile
Nokia's entry-level Lumia 635 is a solid little phone, especially when you consider just how inexpensive it is. It is among the first to run Microsoft's Windows Phone 8.1 platform, which shines on this tiny titan.
Sprint to Sell Nokia Lumia 635
Sprint today said fans of Windows Phone will soon have the option to buy the Lumia 635 through several different Sprint brands. Boost Mobile and Virgin Mobile USA will begin selling the Lumia 635 online on Dec.
Nokia Intros the Lumia 630 and 635
Nokia today announced two new entry-level Windows Phones. They share most features, including a ClearBlack 4.5-inch LCD screen, interchangeable back panels, dual-camera with 5-megapixel main shooter, and Nokia apps.
Microsoft Now Taking Preorders for Lumia 635
Microsoft recently began accepting preorders in the U.S. for the Lumia 635.