The Lumia 640XL is the newest Windows Phone, and its availability in the United States phone market has been unknown for sometime after its announcement. On Wednesday, Microsoft announced its availability, and with it launching on AT&T, it will be by the end of June.
On both the AT&T and Microsoft Phone pages on Wednesday, AT&T announced that the Lumia 640XL would be available on June 26. It will be available in both matte black and matte while, and be available for $250 at full price or on the various payment plans via AT&T.
Recap Of Lumia 640XL
It’s been a little while since this phone was announced by Microsoft, but is a remarkable smartphone for a great price. It will have a 5.7 inch display, have a display that can be seen at a number of angles, and is loaded with Windows Phone 8.1. It will also include the denim update.
The Lumia 640XL has a 13-megapixel camera, ZEISS optic lenses, a 5-megapixel HD wide-angle camera, and be equipped with the Nokia suite of photo apps. It will also have a 1Ghz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor, a 3000 mAH battery, and 8GB of internal memory.
The 640XL Makes Windows Phones Affordable
What really separates the Lumia 640XL among the other Windows Phones is the price. At only $250 for the full phone, its’a great deal, and can be had for minimal payments on the AT&T next plans. This is ideal for a beginner or intermediate Windows Phone user on a budget.
While this phone will not attract the most hardcore Windows Phone user, it fits most needs for Windows Phones. It will let them access Skype, OneDrive, Office 365, and the full suite of Office apps. It is quick and speedy, and is one phone that should catch interests on AT&T later this month.
The Lumia 640XL is finally here in the US. It’s a great deal, and one we cannot wait to try out.