Off late Nokia isn't making the same kind of buzz that it used to make before. However, with the success of Nokia Lumia 520, the company is trying to bring back the past glory.
Even though it would be difficult for Nokia to tab high-end customers with its existing flagship phone, the Lumia 1520, there's still some hope left. Coming this April 2nd, when Nokia will unveil not one but two Windows Phone 8.1 powered handsets might bring the company under brighter spot light.
The Finnish giant Nokia has been rumored to launch two of its most buzzed handsets: the Nokia Lumia 630 (Moneypenny) and the Nokia Lumia 930 (Martini).
Coincidently, on the same day Microsoft chose to announce the new version of Windows Phone 8.1 (codenamed "Blue") at its Build 2014 developer conference in San Francisco.
Microsoft is expected to announce Windows Phone 8.1 in the early morning keynote, whereas Nokia will be taking centre stage later in the day. No word yet on what Night might in store for Windows Phone fans.
Windows Phone 8.1- Speculated Features
Although Microsoft hasn't disclose its plans to release the Windows Phone 8.1 OS, but latest rumors point to be being at its annual Build developer conference. According to early leaks, Cortana may be the voice of Microsoft's Siri Challenger. Moving away from Cortana, Microsoft is expected to add Action center to take on Android's Notification center. Recently, a leaked presentation slide said apps in Windows Phone 8.1 will "intelligently manage notifications".
Nokia Lumia 630 - Speculated Specifications
If previous versions are anything to go by-the Lumia 630- would come with a 4.5-inch TFT LCD display ( 480 x 800),Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor, 1GB of RAM, 8GB of internal storage, a microSD card slot, up to 64GB of expandable storage, 5MP rear-facing camera with an LED Flash, Dual SIM, Wi-Fi, 3G, GPS and more.
Nokia Lumia 930- Speculated Specifications
Nothing much is known about the Nokia Lumia 930. Some believe that it will be an international version of Nokia Icon, which went on sale in the US recently; while others say the device could be a different device all together.