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Check out this new hardware-centric infographic about the Nokia Lumia 630

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Check out this new hardware-centric infographic about the Nokia Lumia 630
Last week, we showed you a new video ad about the Nokia Lumia 630, which stressed upon some of the popular apps that are available for the affordable device. Nothing was said about the mid-ranger itself, but today we are treated to an official infographic, released by Nokia, which emphasizes some of the hardware features that make the Lumia 630 click and tick.

The dual-SIM capability of the smartphone is one of the key features that are being stressed upon in the infographic, as it explains that users can enable call waiting between the two SIM cards and thus easily manage their expenses. According to Nokia, the expandable storage, the 1830mAh battery, the 4.5-inch display, and the quad-core SoC are also among the key features that shouldn't be overlooked by potential consumers. The operating system comes into play, too – after all, the Lumia 630 is the first device to come with Windows Phone 8.1 out of the box, so it's completely normal that this rather important aspect gets emphasized upon so heavily.

Are these features of the Lumia 630 enough to secure it a victory over the recently-unveiled Moto E or the Moto G, the undisputed mid-range best-seller? Well, check out the infographic below and you be the judge!

You can also check out our review of the Nokia Lumia 630 here.

Nokia's latest infographic about the Lumia 630

Nokia's latest infographic about the Lumia 630


source: Nokia via GSMArena

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posted on 03 Jun 2014, 09:50 9

1. Planterz (Posts: 994; Member since: 30 Apr 2012)


Why choose a low 218ppi?
Why choose no LED flash?
Why choose no front-facing camera?
Why choose 512mb RAM?
Why choose an OS with limited app and game selection?

Why choose a Lumia 630 over a Moto G?

posted on 03 Jun 2014, 09:57 11

2. fouadqr (Posts: 307; Member since: 21 Nov 2012)


In my country Moto G =220$ ..630 =155$

posted on 03 Jun 2014, 10:05 1

4. Planterz (Posts: 994; Member since: 30 Apr 2012)


That cheap, really? eBay prices are $194 for the 630. I'm guessing this isn't intended for the American market. Then again, dual-SIM devices rarely are.

posted on 03 Jun 2014, 16:45

26. sgodsell (Posts: 1390; Member since: 16 Mar 2013)


Why compare the HD moto g to the WVGA 630. The moto g is superior to any 630, especially since you can get a LTE moto g very soon with micro SD. What should be compared is the moto e to the 630. Same amount of ram, same missing front facing camera, both missing rear camera flash. Only the moto e is less expensive.

posted on 03 Jun 2014, 10:02 1

3. dd_sayz (Posts: 1; Member since: 03 Jun 2014)


price difference.....630 is a around 70$ cheaper than Moto G....and nobody asked you to choose 630...its ur wish to choose whatever u want

posted on 03 Jun 2014, 10:19

5. boosook (Posts: 1075; Member since: 19 Nov 2012)


Exactly what I was thinking! :)

posted on 03 Jun 2014, 10:39 6

7. bon24x7 (Posts: 205; Member since: 30 Aug 2012)


Why choose no SD Card?
Why choose no user replaceable battery?
Why choose a phone with NO service center of its own? (Moto only has tie up service centers and no own facilities which is a burden)
Why pay more when you can have all the commonly used apps with less lag.

posted on 03 Jun 2014, 11:18 2

11. peace247 (Posts: 98; Member since: 26 Apr 2014)


BS man..!! Only 1 people in 10 cares about replaceable battery..

posted on 03 Jun 2014, 12:22 3

18. bon24x7 (Posts: 205; Member since: 30 Aug 2012)


More than 2/3rd of the worlds population are poor and lives in developing countries. And they buy their phones off contract. Its a pretty big deal actually. The internet community might not agree but then again those aren't the majority..so yeah people do care..

posted on 03 Jun 2014, 11:10 2

10. akki20892 (Posts: 3618; Member since: 04 Feb 2013)


Then choose Moto G simple.....how simple is that.

posted on 03 Jun 2014, 11:37 3

13. arenanew (Posts: 213; Member since: 30 Dec 2013)


u are mad 630 far better than moto g

posted on 03 Jun 2014, 16:50

27. sgodsell (Posts: 1390; Member since: 16 Mar 2013)


The moto g is far superior to any lumia 630. There is even a LTE moto g with a micro SD slot. You are mad, because the lumia 630 has more in common with a moto e. All the specs will tell you that. That's why the moto costs more.

posted on 03 Jun 2014, 12:05 1

17. mildorzalost (Posts: 51; Member since: 03 Jun 2014)


+Why choose no proximity and ambient lightsensor?

The OS is awesome! the price too... the hardware.... bah! no

posted on 03 Jun 2014, 13:22 1

20. threeline (Posts: 259; Member since: 11 Sep 2011)


I bought my mom and daughter a T-mobile Nokia 521 last year and the phone flatout sucks and so does the Windows OS. It takes forever to download photos from text messages if it even does it at all, and they have excellent cell coverage where they live. I would never buy another version if this phone because it lacks so much and now I probably wouldn't ever buy a Nokia Windows device period.

posted on 03 Jun 2014, 14:55 4

24. Liveitup (Posts: 1503; Member since: 07 Jan 2014)


Your fantasy mom and daughter are simply unfortunate, many people love their 521 look up the reviews. Not everyone has a great experience with Android or iOS. People copy you when you do great things not when you suck. Android and iOS has copied WP flat UI.

posted on 03 Jun 2014, 20:03

28. Sire3008 (Posts: 87; Member since: 26 Sep 2013)


+1 mate. I for example! My Samsung galaxy Note 10.1(2014 edition) takes forever to download a 200MB file from sluggish playstore while my Lumia 920 can download a 915mb file on the same wifi in just 9mins! I don't know if its bcos of my region or that's how it is everywhere with Android. In Window Phone OS, there is even a choice to resume download in Windows Phone store when the tampered server is restored but downloading from playstore......u have to start afresh!(Android indeed) I like the integrated file manager though(as that's the only area I see the tablet better than my L920)

posted on 04 Jun 2014, 00:21

32. jojon (Posts: 102; Member since: 11 Feb 2014)


Well said my friend, nice to see these trolls called out

posted on 03 Jun 2014, 10:29 3

6. kabhijeet.16 (Posts: 657; Member since: 05 Dec 2012)


Lol.. Terrible infographic.. Its like Nokia is comparing Lumia 630 with its own Lumia 520 or Nokia X..!!!!
Desperate..

posted on 03 Jun 2014, 10:48 1

8. TouchWiZSucks (Posts: 53; Member since: 12 May 2014)


I think they are bashing the iPhone 5S

posted on 03 Jun 2014, 12:00 2

15. boosook (Posts: 1075; Member since: 19 Nov 2012)


The iphone? So they think that the quad core entry level processor in the 630 is faster than the iphone? Or that the screen is better just because it's 4.5''? That's pathetic. If the target is the iphone, they'll just sound ridiculous... comparing an entry level phone like the 630 with the iphone... I'm no apple fan, but... come on... I won't even list the reasons why an iphone is better than a 630 (I bet you perfectly know).

posted on 03 Jun 2014, 11:06

9. jbitounis (Posts: 54; Member since: 08 Oct 2011)


Really, the only reason NOT to buy a Moto G is the Android lag (but you have that on every Android phone). Other than that, the Moto G is a much more competent device. I think the real dilemma is between L630 and L625.

posted on 03 Jun 2014, 12:04 5

16. boosook (Posts: 1075; Member since: 19 Nov 2012)


Which lag? The lags that Android phones had three years ago? ;)
Look, the Moto G and any modern Android phone is smooth enough to compete with WP and (almost) iOS. The only problem is Samsung: its phones are more laggy due to their customization (look for a video on YT that compares the galaxy s4 with the Moto E...). But get a phone with stock Android like a Nexus or a Moto G or X and you'll se it's perfectly smooth.
And, btw, entry level windows phones are not so smooth as advertised. As soon as you install some apps, they start to show the same problems of entry level droids (I've seen it myself).

posted on 03 Jun 2014, 13:16 3

19. elitewolverine (Posts: 1927; Member since: 28 Oct 2013)


I have it, the 521 at times shows 'loading' lag but in terms of operational lag, i have not noticed it.

Cortana does lag, then again it's beta so i wont care so much when it is more polished.

I would say the note 3 shows little lag, but compared to ios or wp, yes it lags 'more'.

How often? Not enough to make me go nuts. I have played with a nexus and so far not much lag, i think peoples presumption of lag is when the phone doesnt close apps right. What android seems to do, if the apps are clean, work right, the lag is free. If not, it kills the os.

posted on 03 Jun 2014, 14:56 2

25. Liveitup (Posts: 1503; Member since: 07 Jan 2014)


Android still lags, including Moto G and E

posted on 03 Jun 2014, 23:54

30. kabhijeet.16 (Posts: 657; Member since: 05 Dec 2012)


Juz open Whatsapp on an android device and do the same thing on WP device and see the difference.. It takes ages to open a simple messaging app like whatsapp on WP..
Same happens if you try multitasking with whatsapp, FB, twitter etc.
I think that is "Lag" on WP..
And please dont just reply here.
Do the exercise I told you to do and then cite your observation..

posted on 03 Jun 2014, 11:32 8

12. NokiaFTW (Posts: 2056; Member since: 24 Oct 2012)


The Lumia 630 is WAY better than the Moto E, and is on level pegging with the Moto G. But it does offer expandable storage, which is very important in emerging markets as cloud storage isn't popularly used at all. Also, the L630 will have longer software support than the Moto E & G, which might be important to many.

posted on 03 Jun 2014, 13:28 1

21. TouchWiZSucks (Posts: 53; Member since: 12 May 2014)


1)The Moto E offers expandable storage
2)It offers a better screen ppi
3)A much better app selection
4)It also has guaranteed upgrade to the next major android release and motorola is known to keep promises.
5)It is much cheaper
6)More Ram
7)More Battery (1980 mah)
8)It has almost the same compact 4.3 inch screen.

Well
Whats Ur say *FANBOY*?

posted on 03 Jun 2014, 14:01 7

22. NokiaFTW (Posts: 2056; Member since: 24 Oct 2012)


1) L630 has a larger display
2) It has expandable storage, like the Moto E, but upto 128 gigs.
3) It has a quad core CPU, and even though it has half the RAM, WP is well optimized for low RAM phones and this phone will run faster than the Moto E as Android is not optimized for low end hardware (unlike Google's claims)
4) Removable battery
5) When I talk about software support, I mean that the L630 will get updates for THREE YEARS. The Moto E will be lucky if it gets updates for half that period.
6) Nokia is a much better recognized brand in emerging markets than Motorola.
7) Wider availability
8) Better customer service support.
9) SIMILAR app support, albeit lacking a bit in games selection.
10) Similar or slightly higher pricing
11) LTE version in a few markets
12) And I'm placing my bets on the 630 to be the better between the two in camera performance, since Nokia is WAY ahead than Motorola in camera technology.
13) SIMILAR battery life, since WP is more battery efficient and is a lighter OS.

What's your say, fandroid?

posted on 03 Jun 2014, 14:14

23. AfterShock (Posts: 2895; Member since: 02 Nov 2012)


3) It has a quad core CPU, and even though it has half the RAM, WP is well optimized for low RAM phones and this phone will run faster than the Moto E as Android is not optimized for low end hardware (unlike Google's claims)

Prove this.

posted on 04 Jun 2014, 02:20 1

35. NokiaFTW (Posts: 2056; Member since: 24 Oct 2012)


Purchase a Moto G, a Moto E and the Lumia 630 and then compare them side by side. You'll have your proof.

posted on 04 Jun 2014, 00:20 1

31. TouchWiZSucks (Posts: 53; Member since: 12 May 2014)


1)Similar app support? Plz
Windows Phone Market is crap.I still have a nokia lumia 620 catching dust in the drawer.I can show you tht the store is literally crap.
2)Moto E is Also available worldwide
3)Moto E is way cheaper then lumia 630
4)Larger display but it isnt qHD like Moto E.It has a 480 x 854 screen.
5)You talk about ram.Many apps on the windows phone market need more ram.Even many future apps need more ram to run.
6)There isnt even a proximity sensor in L630.How will your display turn off while talking to someone??What if u press something accidently with your cheek.
7)Google now is better.Cortana is very laggy but its in beta so not much say here.
8)Rear-facing speakers arent good as front facing on the moto e
9)Moto E also has a water repellant display.

Your turn.

posted on 04 Jun 2014, 02:18 1

34. NokiaFTW (Posts: 2056; Member since: 24 Oct 2012)


If you could please remove your Lumia 620 from your drawer, wipe the dust off, and start using it, we could have a more relevant conversation. And fandroids shouldn't be talking about LAG AT ALL, since Android is the master at that functionality.

posted on 04 Jun 2014, 06:16

36. TouchWiZSucks (Posts: 53; Member since: 12 May 2014)


The Lumia 620 is in the drawer bcoz it literally crap.Booting up takes ages.Camera is slow as a turtle.BTW 620 has a flash while 630 doesnt, Why a downgrade there?Okay, the touchscreen is quiet responsive but doesnt feel like the same phones in the price range.
Nokia says we can remove the back panels and exchange them with friends for more colours.Well,Lemme tell you.Removing tht back panel is testing and can actually require a lot more effort then other removable covers.

posted on 04 Jun 2014, 06:17

37. TouchWiZSucks (Posts: 53; Member since: 12 May 2014)


Btw im not a fandroid so :P

posted on 03 Jun 2014, 11:39 6

14. arenanew (Posts: 213; Member since: 30 Dec 2013)


moto g is waste waste lumia 630 have everything

posted on 04 Jun 2014, 00:33

33. kabhijeet.16 (Posts: 657; Member since: 05 Dec 2012)


??????????????????

posted on 03 Jun 2014, 21:25 1

29. -box- (Posts: 3858; Member since: 04 Jan 2012)


I'm impressed that WP supports up to 128GB MicroSD cards. Glad I got one of the ones on sale yesterday. $50!

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