Nokia Lumia 635 going on sale in Singapore on Saturday

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Microsoft has announced that the Nokia Lumia 635 will go on sale in Singapore on Saturday, June 14, for the off-contract price of S$239 ($191 U.S).

The company announced that the Windows Phone 8.1 device will be available for purchase at local Nokia stores, along with Nokia Solutions Partners and a number of other local retailers such as M1, Singtel and Starhub.

The Lumia 635 has a 4.5-inch 480x848 display, a low-power Qualcomm Snapdragon quad-core processor, 512MB of RAM, 8GB of internal storage and a 5 megapixel camera. The same hardware specs can be found on the Lumia 630, but while that phone has both single-SIM or dual-SIM models, the 635 only supports one SIM, but does add in support for 4G/LTE cellular networks.

Source: Nokia Singapore (Facebook)


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Nokia Lumia 635 going on sale in Singapore on Saturday


If the 635 is being released, it should come with the final release version of 8.1 and Lumia cyan right? Which means we should get the final updates soon?

Not necessarily. When the GDRs were released for WP 8.0, Nokia (as it then was) first released new phones with Amber/Black before rolling them months later to older phones.

Too bad it only has 512MB. Would buy it tomorrow if it's 1GB when I don't feel like bringing out the 1320. For now the 925 will cover that.

I don't know why they like 512mb so much. Is it really that expensive to make it 1GB? All low end devices should be 1GB RAM minimum, so we can put them in the low end 1GB RAM party with the iPhone 5s as the special guest.

Wpcentral forgot the flopped Nokia XL 50% discount offer by Nokia Singapore today. First 100 customers who used a coupon code will get 50% discount. Supposed to start at 12noon, it didn't happen until 1:10 pm cause the website crashed.

Bought a 630 first week it came out here in the Philippines. I've been enjoying this phone for quite some time. It's fast and display is better than my 625. The only i miss is the touch to wake.. :(

Disappointing that there is no indications that Nokia is bringing the dual SIM 630 to Singapore. There is a market for dual SIM smartphones, but so far Nokia seems contented to hand this market over to Android.