Today Sprint has announced that it will soon start selling the Nokia Lumia 635. The device will make it to Sprint as well as both its prepaid brands, Boost Mobile and Virgin Mobile.
The Microsoft Lumia 535 enjoyed warm reception due to its affordable price and attractive specs. It even offers a dual-SIM option for just few euros more. But lots of early adopters began complaining about touch problems.
A few interesting photos found their way to Baidu today. They show a Lumia prototype device, which is said to be the 1030 McLaren. Interestingly enough we saw very similar photos.
A video shows Microsoft's Malaysian arm running the app on a Nokia Lumia 830, and displays two features coming with the update. One new feature is the fast boot up time of the rear camera.
We've seen a number of funny tech spoofs from the Jimmy Kimmel Show. Just the other day, Kimmel's crew struck again with a fake ad for communications app Skype.
For a while, rumors were circulating that Microsoft was working on McLaren; a successor to the Lumia 1020 with a giant camera and "3D touch" gestures.
It has been a pretty long road to the Lumia Denim update for Nokia users. Microsoft announced the update back in September, and said that it would bring some solid updates to Nokia Windows Phone handsets.
Microsoft's Lumia 535 can be bought by US customers thanks to Expansys, which currently sells the smartphone for $169.99.
From now through Thanksgiving Day, you can purchase the Nokia Lumia 635 from Newegg for the bargain basement price of $99.99. This handset is usually $249.99.
Made for selfies is the official tagline of the Nokia Lumia 730 Dual SIM. To live up to that Microsoft (in partnership with Coca Cola) used its mid-range Windows Phone offering to set a world record for most people captured in a single selfie.
Some high quality pictures of the Lumia 535 has leaked in China and was posted on Weibo. The pictures appear to have been taken in a Nokia store, and shows the handsets new Microsoft branding front and back.