Nokia Lumia 635 comes to Cricket for $100

AT&T's no-contract network starts selling the 4G LTE Windows phone November 7.

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The Nokia Lumia 635 is quite a decent little low-cost 4G LTE handset, and now it's coming to Cricket. AT&T's newly relaunched prepaid carrier announced on Tuesday that it'll sell the Lumia 635 for $100 on contract.

It's outfitted with a 4.5-inch display with the ClearBlack filter for increasing outdoor legibility. There's also a basic 5-megapixel camera and a 1.2GHz quad-core processor. Windows Phone 8.1 as the OS means that the Lumia 635 has the Cortana voice assistant, and Nokia apps such as navigation and streaming radio.

You can read CNET's full Nokia Lumia 635 review here.