Nokia Lumia 635 - The all-new, personalized Windows Phone 8.1
Transform your life with a Windows Phone experience uniquely personalized for you. While Live Tiles display the latest social posts, news, and more, Cortana, your personal virtual assistant, tracks it all to provide you with reminders and recommendations that help you stay on top of your life. From Start to search, the Lumia 635 is all about you.
Meet Cortana, your new personal smartphone assistant
Cortana is powered by Bing. Learning your interests over time, she looks out for you, providing proactive, useful recommendations. Cortana keeps you closer to what you care about most, by keeping you in sync with the events, people, and opportunities that color your life.
Your life in real time with Live Tiles
Live Tiles let you truly personalize your Start screen, so you can view timeline posts, status updates, and tweets in real time. Arrange tiles, change colors, pin apps, and more—making your Start screen a reflection of you.
More of the apps you want
Lots of great apps come preinstalled, including Facebook, Twitter, and Office, and many other popular apps are available at the Windows Phone Store. Plus, the app library is growing all the time. And with expandable storage up to 128GB, the Lumia 635 has room for all the apps your heart desires.
Expect great photos with Nokia Camera
Nokia Camera makes it easier to capture great moments. Take crisp action photos at any speed and use features like Motion Focus and Action Shot to capture and edit photos so everyone looks their best.
- 4G Capable; 4G LTE Capable
- 4.5" Multi-touch Screen
- Processor: Quad-core 1.2 GHz Processor
- OS: Windows Phone® 8.1
- Network: Quad Band GSM; LTE: 2, 4, 5, 7, 17; UMTS: Band I (2100), Band II (1900), Band IV (1700/2100), Band V (850)
- WiFi: Wi-Fi Calling
- Main Camera: 5 Megapixel Camera/HD Camcorder (720p variant)
- Memory: 512 MB RAM, 8 GB ROM
- Usage Time: 11.3 hours talk time
- Standby time: 19.7 days standby time
- Dimensions: 5.10 x 2.63 x 0.36 inches
- Weight: 4.73 ounces