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Lumia 735 and Lumia 830 have carriers in the US


While they are not a top of the line phones, they are still quite impressive for what it’s offered with the price that they carry, and who would not want that? Well, as a Windows Phone users, I’m very interested in how Nokia brings top of the line camera to a mid-range smartphones. Well, for those who feel the same way as I do, I got some good news, as the bing blue Death Star of America’s carrier confirms the availability of the Lumia 830, while the big Red Verizon is rumored to carry the Lumia 730.

As we remember, the now-retired @evleaks revealed to us that a Lumia device codenamed “Superman” was on its way to Verizon, and here it is. According to WP Central, the biggest carrier in the US is attempting to carry the Lumia 735 to fill the mid-range Windows Phone hole that Verizon is currently having right now, and the device will be positioned as such: a budget phone with a budget plan.

As for its bigger brother, the Lumia 830, AT&T has confirmed that the handset will be its newest Windows Phone, saying:

“The Nokia Lumia 830 will offer AT&T customers an eye-catching blend of metal and polycarbonate that looks gorgeous and feels great in your hand. Built for life on the move, the smartphone takes amazing pictures with the 10 MP PureView camera and allows you to enjoy your favorite Windows experiences, including Xbox, Skype, Office and Bing, while on-the-go. Sync your digital life with AT&T Locker, while sharing life moments on your favorite social media networks.”

The Lumia 830 is certainly what AT&T needs to step up its game and add another option to its Windows Phone line up, after missing out on the Lumia 930/ICON and the right to release the One M8 for Windows as soon as it’s available.

Source: AT&T; WP Central

Via: WPCentral


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