Cam unboxes the budget-friendly Windows Phone 8.1 device by Nokia. The Lumia 635 is priced aggressively and seeks to bring the best of Microsoft's latest OS to the sub-$200 market. It's a solid, plastic device with a removable back and MicroSD expansion. Its display isn't the best, and it's lacking in a front facing camera, but it generally feels pretty good.
Like many mid-range phones, it's powered by one of Qualcomm's Snapdrgon 400 series quad-core processors and appears fast and smooth on first boot-up. Does it have what it takes to beat the Moto G, or similarly priced gadgets? I certainly think it's a great attempt.