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Lumia 735 no longer listed on Microsoft mobile US site??

Lumia 735 USThanks Luke for bringing it to your attention!! The Lumia 735 product page has quietly disappeared from Microsoft Mobile US site. If you remember, both Lumia 830 and Lumia 735 were listed as coming soon on the US site, after their unveil by Microsoft Mobile.

We did hear from our sources that Lumia 830 will come to AT&T, while Lumia 735 is destined for Verizon. So, while Lumia 830 landed on AT&T, Lumia 735 for Verizon did pass through FCC as RM-1041. But, the sudden disappearance of Lumia 735 may make the whole matter more complicated.

Product pages are removed, when there are some “business decisions” in background and usually bitter ones!! But let us hope for the best. In the meantime, we will try to extract more info and share if we find any update to this story.

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  • John S
    • Kamal

      That’s not the US site but global one.

  • Michaël

    So in the US there are no country variants, only carrier variants?

    • Kamal

      You will mostly see carrier variants, though in some cases unlocked (Lumia 1020) CV can also exist.

  • Quikmix

    makes me wonder whether Verizon might be out of the WP game altogether.

    • Kamal

      Doesn’t really augur well, but hope Microsoft gets them on-board.

  • ankit

    discontinue Nokia branded Handsets….MS gone nuts to do it so early….but sensible from Business point of view

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