Microsoft's Windows Phone platform will have the fastest-growing market share over the next four years, according to IDC's latest report. And among all Windows OEM partners, Nokia, has played a key role in transforming Windows Phone mobile OS.
Since the Windows Phone platform is expected to perform well in the emerging territories, one should expect new hardware to be introduced around Microsoft's Build conference , happening in April.
Just a day back, Nokia's forthcoming handset Moneypenny, was leaked via a leaked product sheet. The successor to hit Lumia 620 will likely to have a 4.5-inch display having a resolution of 854x 480 pixels, alongside much need dual-SIM support.
Now we are seeing that Nokia might introduce its first Windows Phone 8.1 smartphone, the Lumia 630, in China sometime in mid-April.
Nokia Lumia 630: Latest Update
Today, we have got to see updated information in respect to phone's hardware. According to blog site WPCentral, the Lumia 630 will pack a 4.5-inch display (854 X 480), and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor coupled with 1GB of RAM.
Going by the previous leaks, the phone is expected to have virtual touch keys. Further, the Lumia 630 is also tipped to have the dual-SIM variant as well.
Earlier, Nokiapoweruser had informed that the single SIM variant of Lumia 630 could be announced as Lumia 635, which will support 4G LTE connectivity.
Nokia Lumia 630: Yet another press shot leak
Additionally, an alleged press shot of Lumia 630 next to the Nokia Lumia 1320 and Lumia 1520 has emerged on the web world. Well, the low resolution photograph didn't say much; though, it symbolically confirms the existence of the forthcoming Lumia 630 in some part of the world.
Nokia Lumia 630: Global debut
The Lumia 630 will most likely to be introduced at Microsoft's Build conference in April. It might be the first hardware powered by Windows Phone 8.1. Further, the phone is said to arrive in China by mid-April, followed by global launch, including India, sometime in near future.
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