standard Lumia 735 Spotted Heading to the US with Verizon and Microsoft Brandings

Verizon-Microsoft-Lumia-735-spotted-at-the-FCCAlthough the Lumia 735 was released after Microsoft took over Nokia’s devices and service’s division, it was still sold with the Nokia branding. The Lumia 735 was announced back in September of last year, alongside the Lumia 830; and initially we heard rumors and talks that it would be headed to US shores, but since it’s been over 6 months since those rumors we kind of forgot about it. However it seems the plan is alive and well, as the Lumia 735 has passed through the FCC, except it picked up a couple new brandings, including the Microsoft logo and (a very ugly) Verizon logo. Verizon-Microsoft-Lumia-735-spotted-at-the-FCC (1)It’s highly unlikely that the Lumia 735 will come with any internal changes to match the new external logo, so look to expect the same 4.7″ 720p screen, packing 1 GB of ram and a quad-core snapdragon 400 processor.

What do you guys think? Will the Lumia 735 be a hit on Verizon if priced properly? Or has it’s time to shine gone?

Via: PhoneArena

 

 

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