Time after time Finland-based Nokia has shown its commitment towards low-end handset market. 2014 is the year of major transformations, and the makers behind Lumia range of handsets have set their eyes on tapping the ultra affordable segment.
We've already seen the first fruit of Nokia's hard work in the form of Nokia X family of devices. What's next now? As usual, the internet is flooded with rumors and speculations around Nokia's first ever Windows 8-powered dual-SIM phone.
Last week a new rumor surfaced that clearly started that the Nokia Lumia 630 might get announced in China in April. Now we're seeing a press shot of purported Lumia 630, all thanks to leakster @evleaks.
Going by the leaked image, the Nokia Lumia 630 has been shown in five cool color variants: White, Orange, Black, White, Yellow and Green. It also shows that the device will be made out of polycarbonate plastic, which is very obvious. Looks like the makers are not keen to add a camera flash on the rear-back or the dedicated camera key.
Nokia Lumia 630- What about specs?
Earlier last week, WPCentral had reported that the the Lumia 630 will pack a 4.5-inch display (854 X 480), and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor coupled with 1GB of RAM. The phone is now expected to have virtual touch keys. Further, the Lumia 630 is also tipped to have the dual-SIM variant as well.
It is widely assumed that that the single SIM variant of Lumia 630 could be announced as Lumia 635, which will support 4G LTE connectivity.
Back in December last year, rumors pointed to a dual-SIM supported phone in the making. Some of you might have been expecting the Lumia 630 to debut at this year's Mobile World Congress (MWC).
Nokia Lumia 630 vs. Lumia 620
The Lumia 630 would bring a significant upgrade over its predecessor, which brought a 3.8-inch (800 x 480) display and a mere 512MB of RAM on the table. The upcoming Dual-SIM phone is also expected to go official at Microsoft's Build conference.
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