Nokia officially unveiled its first TD-LTE phones today – the Nokia Lumia 636/638. They are headed to China Unicom and China respectively, both at the price of CNY 1,300 ($210). The Lumia 638 went up on pre-order a couple of weeks ago at a slight lower price of CNY 1,200.
The two new smartphones are based on the Lumia 630, meaning they have a 4.5" WVGA screen and are powered by a Snapdragon 400 chipset, but the RAM has been doubled to 1GB. TD-LTE is the Chinese flavor of 4G LTE, but the phones are compatible with international LTE for roaming too.
The Nokia Lumia 636/638 run Windows Phone 8.1 and come with free navigation from HERE Maps and free Nokia MixRadio music streaming.
The Lumia 638 will be available from June 21 and is currently displayed at the Mobile Asia Expo. The Lumia 636 will launch on July 5. They will be available in Black, White, Orange and Yellow.
Having no flash and no camera doesn't make it the worst phone. They don't make the phone. Try checking out its specs & hardware.
i like to have windows qwerty phone. but comparing it with lumia 535 bigest difrence is quality and. style thank you
Not for us Skype Users. No Front Cam. :( this LTE device is just for browsing. can't play games much with the Hardware. If they added the 2MP Front Camera, I would have bought it.