First day after Independence Day – the 4G LTE Lumia phone on T-Mobile USA
In just three day’s time, the impressive Nokia Lumia 635 – loaded with Windows Phone 8.1 (WP8), Cortana, & SensorCore tech will become available in the United States of America for the first time. It will be available for use on T-Mobile’s fast 4G LTE network and offer a Windows Phone based fast performing smartphone at an affordable price. The successor to the Lumia 521, currently the best-selling Windows Phone on T-Mobile’s network, the Lumia 635 will be available for purchase for $0 down, $7 per month for 24 months. It will be sold starting July 5th  via the Home Shopping Network. Then online at T-Mobile.com’s web site starting on July 9th whilst on July 16th, this smartphone can be found in T-Mobile retail stores in white. Finally, on July 18th it can be purached from selected MetroPCS stores.
“We are thrilled to partner with T-Mobile to bring the Nokia Lumia 635 to the U.S. market and to T-Mobile customers for the first time,” said Matt Rothschild, head of North America sales with Microsoft mobile devices.
He claimed, “With high-end features, thousands of apps available through the Windows Phone Store plus the latest Windows Phone 8.1 experience and Cortana, the Lumia 635 is undoubtedly the best affordable smartphone available.”
The 635 runs Windows Phone 8.1 which features Cortana – a digital personal assistant designed to rival Apple’s Siri.
The device is also equiied with SensorCore technology that monitors user’s steps, movements, routes and location aiming to make the Lumia 635 an all-in-one fitness tracker.
SensorCore is embedded in Bing Health & Fitness, and will be available in more apps shortly.