I just got this one its actually better than I expected it to be However it doesn't have lots of my favorite apps the windows store is small also is there a 16 GB variant I only have 8 GB.
Anonymous , 04 Apr 2016Why does the phone update the time automatically when traveling abroard?If you have the date and time setting to be set by the provider, when you change time zones, either your provider is updating the time by your location or if you are changing the SIM to a different provider abroad, that provider is changing the time. You can change the settings to that the time is set manually and it won't change
Anonymous , 04 Apr 2016Why does the phone update the time automatically when traveling abroard?The most probable thing, you have the location on.
okay not to be on the down side but I have been using this phone for a year now and I would not recommend anyone to buy this phone. the camera is ok. the software is horrible it slows up . turn on and off by it self and it doesn't turn stays off when u turn it off it comes right back on. the battery life is poor very poor. it doesn't load quickly it loads a 2/10 after a while. but I have dropped it a lot of times it is still in one piece. as some of us know the store stinks . you have to buy most of the apps that are free on google play. when persons call me the phones doesn't ring at times and no miss call. I couldn't download much apps because it has horrible internal memory and whats can only be on the internal memory which lil bit. but others I hate windows now after this phone and this was my first windows phone, I always wanted but now NOPE so those of you that phones are up and running good for u but I got the malfunctioning batch.
So guys, i was wondering. Will there ever be Snapchat available for windows phone? :)
Why does the phone update the time automatically when traveling abroard?
I have a Lumina 635 and I cannot find out how to zoom in before I take a picture. Can anyone tell me how to do this?
Delmira, 01 Feb 2016Great phone. I have had my Nokia 635 for 2 years and no problems whatsoever.I found a pdf (Adobe Acrobat) manual here ... https://www.att.com/support_static_files/manuals/Nokia_Lumia_635.pdf
I've been using this phone for 2 years now, the phone does what it says it does, pretty good battery, quad core is working pretty well the back camera actually takes pretty good pics, and it has had several hard drops and didn't affect it at all.
of course the windows store sucks and the 512 ram has it's downfalls sometimes while using internet explorer, but that's no surprise
overall, it's a great phone for a very good price
Malvina, 18 Feb 2016I decide to buy this cell phone to my byf this mobile he can download whatt app? Thks for help me. Yes!
Just so you know guys, I have 1 gig version, last week I installed Win 10 Preview and it's amazing!! Everything looks better and smoother, didn't notice any crashes, some apps even perform better, like Whatsapp. Battery life is little bit better and Settings are much easier to navigate and set up. Thumbs up!
I decide to buy this cell phone to my byf this mobile he can download whatt app? Thks for help me.
It's a good phone for beginners. I got this in September 2015, it's had a few falls from the pocket. But overall it's durable. The fluidity of it is great. Some apps do crash, e.g daily mail online. And a few hiccups with Internet explorer. But overall it's great. It takes calls, you can message/whatsapp. And play Spotify. It is good for music and the speaker is fine. The flow keyboard is a handy feature but sometimes it can mess up. The store isn't great but you can't expect everything. It's a windows phone, it's just a novice to the smartphone world. So dont expect what IPhones have. At least you don't need security because its windows. Any way it's a good phone for novices and those on a budget but want an ALRIGHT phone.
No front camera, horrible back camera with auto light correction that makes for grainy images. Tinny sound. Only SOME models are 1GB RAM, MOST are 512MB RAM. With the latest WinPhone 8.1 updates, the phone lags frequently when switching apps and forget trying to play many games. The CPU is the best part of the package but the GPU and 512MB RAM models basically make the quad-core useless. I have since 'downgraded' to an iPhone 5s which runs just as well with only a dual-core processor because it has better RAM, a better GPU, and better open app memory management.
And this doesn't even begin to address the issue of the app gap between Android. iOS and Windows.
Great phone. I have had my Nokia 635 for 2 years and no problems whatsoever.