Microsoft today announced that the Lumia 640, Lumia 640 XL will be available through AT&T, T-Mobile and MetroPCS in the US, offering some choice for consumers as to who they wish to use with their shiny new smartphone.
The Lumia 640, announced today at Mobile World Congress 2015, will sell for less than $200, while its phablet brother, the Lumia 640 XL will be priced at $245 phone with dual-SIM LTE on board (the dual-SIM 3G version is even cheaper at $210). For the specifications available they're not bad prices at all.
Availability information is expected to hit sometime in the near future. For everyone else, numerous carriers and retailers will partner up with Microsoft to launch the new Windows Phones.
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