Like what you see with the Lumia 735, the LTE-enabled sibling of the Lumia 730? Well then, we have good news for you, as the device is officially launched in Australia. The Lumia 735 will be available from October 1 from retailers like Dick Smith, Harvey Norman and JB Hi-fi for 399 AUD ($356) outright.
If you're looking to go the carrier route, Vodafone will be offering the Windows Phone 8.1 toting device for $30 a month. In terms of specs, the Lumia 735 offers a 4.7-inch 720p ClearBlack display backed by Gorilla Glass 3, 1.4 GHz quad-core Snapdragon 400 CPU, 1 GB RAM, 8 GB internal storage, microSD slot up to 128 GB, 6.7 MP camera at the back, 5 MP shooter up front, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, LTE Category 4 connectivity, Bluetooth 4.0, NFC and a 2,200 mAh battery.
Aussie readers, what are your thoughts on the Lumia 735? Would you be interested in picking this up over the Lumia 830? Share your thoughts in the comments.
Thanks for the heads up Sam!
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