Nokia Lumia 630 Update: Windows Phone 8.1 Smartphone Spotted Through Promo Posters

By Anuj
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Finnish giant Nokia is all set to launch two new Windows Phone powered devices at Microsoft's Build 2014 developer conference and now more details around the devices have emerged ahead of launch.

Nokia has already announced that the company will be holding an event on April 2, which is pretty close. Therefore, it is not hard to imagine a global debut of the much hyped Lumia 630, alongside the launch of global version of Lumia Icon at this year's Build 2014.

 

Now, once again, Nokia Lumia 630 has been leaked ahead of its formal launch. Chinese promotional images of the Lumia 630 have been leaked along with some details about the specifications of the handset.

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Nokia Lumia 630: Windows Phone 8.1 Smartphone Spotted Once Again

The dual-SIM version of Nokia Lumia 630 will feature a 4.5-inch display having a resolution of 800 x 480WVGA. It will be powered by quad-core processor powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor coupled with 1GB of RAM. There's a 5MP rear-facing camera but it won't have an LED Flash neither a dedicated camera key.

According to multiple reports, Nokia will unleash the Lumia 630 at the Build 2014 which is scheduled on April 2. 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. At the same time, it is being speculated that the Nokia Lumia 630, a low-end Windows Phone 8.1 device will hit China in the mid-April at 1,000 Yuan (about Rs. 9,662).

Source- WMPoweruser

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