Lumia 735 launched in UK, will arrive in stock on 2nd October
Microsoft’s newly announced Nokia Lumia 735 will hit the shores of Britain come 2nd of next month. The smartphone broke cover at the 2014 IFA in Berlin alongside it’s 3G-only Lumia 730 sibling and the “affordable flagship” Nokia Lumia 830.
The 4.7″ HD Nokia Lumia 735 packs LTE support, thanks to it’s Snapdragon 400 chipset. The device is also available in two variants — dual SIM and single SIM models — with a lot of color variations which include orange, green, white and black in tow.
The phone is powered by a 1.2GHz quad-core CPU and Adreno 305 graphics processor. There’s 1GB of RAM and an in-built storage of 8GB, which you can craftily expand by an additional 128 gigabytes using a microSD card.
Why the Lumia 735 and Lumia 730 are called selfie phones is the focus used in creating their front cameras. The Lumia 735 has a 5MP front-facing camera which does 1080p video recording, while a 6.7MP Carl Zeiss optics snapper sits at the back.
The smartphone runs on Microsoft’s Windows Phone 8.1 operating system and packs a 2200mAh battery which can be wirelessly charged.
Lumia 735 pricing in the UK
Microsoft has not unleashed many pricing packages for the phone but on October 2nd you can purchase the Lumia 735 on an of paying £20 a month for 12 months.
However, UK third party retailer Clove who is now the biggest phone retailer o’er there — after Phones4u went into administration, is accepting £220 for pre-orders as well as Unlocked Mobiles who takes £225 (inc. VAT) for a unit. Shipping starts on 2nd October for both dealers.
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