Earlier this week at MWC 2014, Nokia's Stephen Elop had been quoted saying that the Nokia X will "damage" the low-end Android smartphone market. The Finnish phone maker expects its Nokia X range may help the brand to win over Android brigade. However, if things go wrong mid-way, the company has a backup plan: the dual-SIM phone powered by Windows Phone 8.1.
Nokia's forthcoming handset Moneypenny, which is said to be powered by Windows Phone 8.1, has been leaked once again. The phone, Nokia Lumia 630, has been confirmed via a leaked product sheet. It will be the first Windows Phone hardware to come with dual-SIM support. Moreover, the phone is said to have a 4.5-inch display having a resolution of 854x 480 pixels, and likely to measure 129.5 x 66.7 mm.
The supposed leaked image shows off a familiar Windows live tiles user interface (UI), alongside the dual-SIM support. Further, according to Nokiapoweruser, the single SIM variant of Lumia 630 could be announced as Lumia 635, which will support 4G LTE connectivity.
Late last week, twitter sensation @evleaks had posted an image that supposedly shows the Nokia Lumia 630. The leaked image of Nokia Lumia 630 shows on-screen navigation buttons on the phone. Also, the leaked press render also confirmed 3G SIM support.
In terms of design and form factor, the Nokia Lumia 630 appears similar to that of Lumia 620. The Lumia 630 was supposed to be announced at this year's Mobile World Congress (MWC); however, Nokia opted to reveal its Nokia X family of devices. Now it seems that the Lumia 630 might get announced near Microsoft's build conference, scheduled to take place in April.
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